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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 eradication 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.
By 2022 we want to see:
These targets are challenging but we have our vision of eradication firmly in mind and are determined to get there.
We will be working harder, shouting louder and reaching further to achieve our vision.
We have six key objectives to 2022:
Download our new plan to 2022 "Eradicating cervical cancer: Our role in making it a reality".