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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. 

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.

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

I volunteer my time to Jo’s whenever I possibly can to prevent other women from going through what I have and to ensure that anyone who does has access to the best information, support and care.

Last July, the independent Cancer Taskforce published its strategy for achieving the very best cancer outcomes by 2020 in England.

Chief Executive Robert Music reveals our latest research and why women over 50 years old are a priority for Cervical Screening Awareness Week.

From the 1-12 June it's Volunteers' Week and to celebrate the incredible work our volunteers do we asked one of them to tell us a bit more about her experience.

Chief Executive Robert Music reflects on his eight years at the charity and the effect of Jade Goody on cervical screening attendance.