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Posted by The Maxwell family, 2:45 pm
June 2019 marks 20 years of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust and is the start of our anniversary year. ‘Jo’s Trust’ as it was first known, was founded by James Maxwell in 1999 after his wife, Jo passed away from cervical cancer.
Posted by Sophie Correia, Fundraising Officer, 11:15 am
Today is Valentine’s Day where we show how much we love our significant others or friends. We aim to support everyone who is affected by cervical cancer, including the important people in their lives. We’ve been lucky enough to speak to a couple...Read more
Posted by Dr Lisa Dvorjetz, Counselling Psychologist at The Royal Marsden, 11:15 am
What a rollercoaster of emotions it’s been so far. You were given your cervical cancer diagnosis, attended numerous scans and consultations before finally being given treatment. Once treatment finishes, people sometimes assume that they will just...Read more
Posted by Debby Holloway, Gynaecology Nurse Consultant, 12:15 pm
Jessica was prescribed hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in October 2017. We spoke to Jessica and Debby Holloway, a Gynaecology nurse consultant from Guys and St Thomas’ hospital, about early onset menopause caused by cervical cancer treatment,...Read more
Posted by Laura Flaherty, 10:30 am
Laura, was diagnosed with Stage 1a1 cervical cancer in 2016 aged 29. She shares her experience of being told she had high-risk HPV.
Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 1:15 pm
A Jo’s survey in 2008 overwhelmingly showed that 98% women with cervical cancer wanted more person to person support and that their preferred choice of services were a helpline and local support groups.
Posted by Lynn Buckley, Macmillan Gynae-oncology CNS & Psychosexual Therapist, 5:00 pm
To be able to enjoy sex and intimacy, lots of things need to work together.
Posted by Robert Music, Chief Executive, 2:00 pm
Looking into the New Year, there is lots to look forward to and focus on. We are committed to working harder and shouting louder than ever before and we are better placed than ever to do this with a growing team, a rising income, a greater...Read more
Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 3:45 pm
Well, we do. A cervical cancer diagnosis, treatment and life beyond can certainly have some uplifting moments but girl those downward turns can really dig their nails into you!
Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 6:00 pm
Volunteering is a powerful tool. It can be a valuable resource, contribute to recovery or rehabilitation and satisfy a wide range of needs.