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Join us this week to raise awareness of cervical screening. One in three women and people with a cervix don't attend cervical screening and we want to change that. However cervical cancer prevention doesn't stop at screening.
220,000 women and people with a cervix every year are told they have cervical cell changes after their screening, and many more are given a HPV diagnosis. This can mean more tests and treatments, and for some it can be incredibly hard time. We want everyone to have the information and support they need. So we want you to join us and share tips, facts, and most importantly help others know they aren't alone.
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This year, we’re focusing on sharing stories, information and tips that go further than a smear test. That’s why #SmearForSmear isn’t quite right for this year’s campaign.
We still want to talk about the importance of screening and support women and people with a cervix to attend, but we also want to talk about what happens after the test to reduce the fear and confusion so many feel.
Needless to say, if you’ve already got your lipstick at the ready, that’s absolutely fine too – we hope you can still join in the campaign by sharing a smear test tip or supportive message with your selfie!