Today the NHS in Scotland has announced that it will be introducing HPV testing as the primary method for cervical screening from 2019, but what does this actually mean and how will it save lives?
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications and Public Affairs, 11 Aug 2017
Posted by Claire Cohen, Head of Information and Engagement, 10 Aug 2017
We are extremely proud to say that not only have we achieved our goal for the Roadshow, but we have far surpassed it.
Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 28 Jul 2017
Last Friday the results of the annual National Cancer Patient Experience Survey were released.
Posted by Robert Music, Chief Executive, 21 Jul 2017
Wednesday’s (19th July) announcement from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) was...
Posted by Kirsty Brown, 12 Jun 2017
This Cervical Screening Awareness Week find out 9 things about the cervix.
Posted by Amanda Parker, 31 May 2017
I was diagnosed with stage 1B1, grade 3 cervical cancer in September 2015 following a routine cervical screening. I had never experienced an abnormal result before and had no symptoms to indicate anything was wrong.
Posted by Catherine Cooke, 24 May 2017
In the summer of 2013 I was diagnosed with stage 3b cervical cancer. I had always been vigilant about having cervical smear tests and STI screening. As a nurse working in the community I had also been part of a team delivering the HPV vaccination...
Help us reach the day where no woman dies from cervical cancer: Our manifesto for the General Election 2017.
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications and Public Affairs, 10 May 2017
As a charity we are focused on the day that no woman dies from cervical cancer.
Posted by Robert Music, Chief Executive, 05 May 2017
Recently I attended the International Federation for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology conference in Orlandowhere I was invited to speak about the psychosocial barriers to screening...
Posted by Claire Cohen, Head of Information and Engagement, 12 Apr 2017
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for 99.7% of cervical cancers, yet knowledgearound this potentially cancer-causing virus is low. So what are some of the common myths about HPV?