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Every year in the UK, 3200 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and over 800 women lose their lives to this disease.
We have the opportunity to consign a cancer to the history books and eliminate cervical cancer in the UK. NHS England have pledged to achieve this by 2040 and we want to help make this happen even sooner, and ensure that all women across the UK have the best information, support, and opportunities to prevent cervical cancer.
When cervical cancer cannot be prevented, we want women to be diagnosed as early as possible and to receive the best treatment and care. We cannot be complacent and assume that cervical cancer elimination is inevitable and we must do more for the thousands of women affected by this disease.
Our manifesto sets out our priorities for cervical cancer prevention, treatment, and care. Tackling inequalities and inefficiencies in cervical cancer prevention, treatment, and care must be a priority for the next Government.
We are calling for:
Prevention - Cervical cancer is a largely preventable disease, through the combination of HPV vaccines, cervical screening, and treatment for cervical cell changes.
Living with and beyond cervical cancer
Share this manifesto on social media with the hashtags #CervicalCancerPreventionWeek, #WeCan, and tag @JosTrust to help highlight what the UK can do to make cervical cancer a thing of the past. If you would like a Word document version of this report, please email [email protected].