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Ahead of the UK's General Election on 12 December, we are calling on all parties, candidates and the next Government to commit to reducing the impact of cancer. The next Government has an opportunity to drive up the UK’s survival rates to be among the best in the world. With 1 in 2 people in the UK diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lifetime, this could improve millions of lives and touch every family in the country.
We have joined forces with 28 other cancer charities to launch #OneCancerVoice. A manifesto that has been developed on behalf of people with cancer, providing solutions for some of the biggest issues that the next Government will face. We’re calling on the next Government to drive up the UK’s cancer survival to be among the best in the world and act to provide the best possible prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for cancer.
To further focus on the specific needs of those affected by cervical cancer, and to help us reach the day where it is a disease of the past, we have also released a manifesto for cervical cancer.
Tweet your candidates from this website using the suggested tweet below:
I'm supporting the @jotrust manifesto which aims to make #cervicalcancer a disease of the past. Read it at www.jostrust.org.uk/manifesto. Will you join them?
The General Election on 12th December will decide which MP will represent your area. Ask your candidates to support our manifesto to make cervical cancer a disease of the past.