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One Cancer Voice letter to The Rt Hon Dr Thérèse Coffey MP

Categories: Policy | Cancer

Jo's are a proud member of the One Cancer Voice group of over 50 cancer charities. We share a collective aim and bring experience across the awareness, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and recovery from all cancer types and patient groups, including adults, children and young people. 

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Time To Test: Why Pets at Home signed up

Categories: work | Time To Test | Pets at Home | cervical screening

In December last year, our team at Pets at Home signed up to Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust’s #TimeToTest campaign: committing to raising cervical cancer awareness in our workplace and playing our part in preve

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Liz on the lack of mental health support for women who give birth after cervical cancer

Categories: pregnancy | cervical cancer

In 2019, I had a letter reminding me that my cervical screening appointment was due. My mum dragged me there!

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Behind the headlines: One dose of the HPV vaccination

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Cervical polyps: What are they and what do they mean?

Categories: cervix | guest blog | Cervical polyps

In this guest blog, Dr Aziza Sesay talks us through cervical polyps, from diagnosis to treatment.

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Supporting our Afghan community to attend cervical screening

Categories: cervical screening;

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Understanding your cervical screening: Q&A with Dr Nighat Arif

Categories: cervical screening | Q&A | Wellbeing of Women

Earlier this summer, we teamed up with Dr Nighat Arif – NHS GP and Wellbeing of Women Ambassador –

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Gender identity in healthcare

Categories: cervical screening | cervical screening; LGBT | LGBT

At Jo’s, we work for women – that goes without saying – but we also recognise that not everyone with a cervix identifies as a woman. This week is Non-Binary Awareness Week, and this blog looks at the role of sample-taker

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Our call to action on health inequalities

Categories: Policy

The UK Government will soon be publishing a ‘Health Disparities White Paper’ setting out policies and plans to reduce inequalities in health outcomes, and to support more people to live longer and healthier lives.

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I walked out of my cervical screening, and that’s OK

Categories: cervical screening | staff

Sophie Hannah, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Communications Manager, has been attending screenings for almost a decade. But after a more difficult experience than usual at her most recent screening, she’s written about what she’s planning to do differently next time.

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