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If you have questions or need to talk, call our helpline for information or support.
Have a question? Receive a confidential response from a medical professional.
Come to a support event to meet other people who have had a cervical cancer diagnosis.
Connect with others, share experiences and ask questions on our forum.
Face to face support for people living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis.
Read about ways to cope with any effects of treatment and getting practical support.
Ho Ho Jo’s! We’re celebrating the festive season by making a virtual advent calendar. We’re making a list (and checking it twice) of little actions you can do to help Jo’s and others around you, one for each day of December until Christmas Day.
Each one takes about 5 minutes to do, and almost all of them are completely free. How many can you tick off?
Check back every day for the next action.
We’ve achieved a lot together over the past year, and we have big ambitions for next year too! Read all about it >
Do you know someone who is nervous about their smear test? We have leaflets explaining exactly what the test is for which might help them feel better.
You could put them up in the loos at work, or somewhere else in your community, to let people know that our Helpline is there for people who have questions about anything cervical! Order or download materials here >
Did you know we have loads of different ways you can volunteer for Jo’s? Check them out and see if there’s something that would suit you >
Ditch the lipstick. This year, we’re smearing something different: myths and stigma about HPV. Find out all about how you can get involved this year >
We’d love to stay in touch, so sign up to hear all about what’s going on at Jo’s. We email you once a month and additionally about our big campaigns (about twice a year).
By donating just the price of a round in the pub (£16) you could fund a call to our Helpline, giving someone support when they need it most.
Do you know what they are? Take 5 minutes to memorise them – it could save your life >
When was your last smear test? If you don’t know, how about ringing your GP to ask.