Join us from Monday 22 - Sunday 28 January to ensure more women know how they can reduce their risk of cervical cancer.
For any extra information about the campaign, please email [email protected]
- Every day in the UK 9 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer
- Around 2 women lose their lives from the disease every day
- Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35
- 75% of cervical cancers can be prevented by cervical screening (smear tests)
- However 1 in 4 women do not attend this potentially life-saving test
Almost half a million young women aged 25-29 did not attend cervical screening last year, this Cervical Cancer Prevention Week aims to change this.
You can download our full infographic to view all statistics from our research.
Join the campaign
- Display our information materials, order them on our website.
- Share the message, write a blog on your website and share your activities on social media.
- Create a news story, contact your local newspaper to let them know about the campaign.
- Hold an awareness day in your office, ensure your colleagues know about cervical screening and the symptoms of cervical cancer. Check out some tips on raising awareness locally.
- Host a fundraising event, bake cakes, dress in pink and organise a work quiz or sponsored cycle.
- Text JCCT17 £5 to 70070 to support our work to see cervical cancer prevented in the UK