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Our vision is making cervical cancer a disease of the past. Every day nine women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and two women will lose their lives. The faster we act, the faster we change this.
So, what is our role in making elimination a reality?
We commissioned research projecting incidence and mortality in England until 2040 factoring in changes to the vaccination and screening programmes and variations in uptake. As the leading cervical cancer charity we wanted to better understand where the impact of cervical cancer will be felt most over the coming years.
We modelled incidence and mortality based on changes to the vaccination and screening programmes and variations in uptake.
Find out more: Projected incidence and mortality of cervical cancer to 2040.
You can find more information here >
We published our latest report highlighting the challenges and opportunities that the UK faces in eliminating cervical cancer, and we met with politicians in Westminster and Holyrood to share our vision and to call for government strategies and commitments.
Read the full report here >
Cervical cancer elimination is supported by the World Health Organisation, and they launched a strategy in 2020 which sets out how countries around the world can make cervical cancer a thing of the past.
As part of the UK's HPV Coalition, we've also launched a roadmap to eliminating all HPV related cancers in the UK. Find out more here >