Blog

Categories: cervical cancer

Our guest blogger, Julia Tugwell talks to us about the preconceptions she experienced being diagnosed with cervical cancer. 

The number of people talking publicly about smear tests in the last week has quite literally blown us away.

Our motivation and drive this year is stronger than ever. Why? Because we are seeing fewer and fewer women across the UK attending cervical screening (smear tests)...

"We like to get to know our volunteers pretty well before they ever take their first call or run their first group" with the next volunteer training weekend on the horizon, Rebecca explains why it's her favourite event of the year

Find out about our plans for the £650,000 that Jo's has been awarded as part of the Tampon Tax

Claire Cohen, our Head of Information and Education, talks about why our new report 'Cervical cancer stories' is so important.

Some treatments for cervical cancer can trigger the menopause so we asked Heather Currie to give us an overview of what the menopause means.

Julia Tugwell explains in her guest blog why she attended her first Let's Meet shortly after finishing treatment for cervical cancer. 

Categories: guest blog|Vaccination

In our new guest blog David Robert Grimes, physicist and cancer researcher at Oxford University, gives his opinion on the HPV vaccine, the debate surrounding it and its role in protecting against cervical cancer.

Categories: Research|Screening

Tackling the declining uptake of cervical screening is one of our biggest challenges at Jo's.