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Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

20th - 26th January 2025

Together #WeCan work towards a day where cervical cancer is a thing of the past. Watch our hero film from our last Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. It was one of our biggest campaigns ever.

But there is still more to do…

Did you know Sweden is likely to eliminate cervical cancer before 2030, with Australia not far behind them? NHS England has pledged to eliminate cervical cancer by 2040, but we want to reach this target even sooner, and we want to make sure there is the support and resources to make this happen.

HPV vaccinations, cervical screening, and treatment for cell changes can all help prevent cervical cancer, and we want to programmes to be as effective and accessible as possible. We're calling for the Government to commit to eliminating cervical cancer, and to commit to providing the investment and resourcing needed for all the services that help to prevent cervical cancer. Together, #WeCan encervical cancer.   

Want to get involved next year. Cervical Cancer Prevention Week will be 20th - 26th January 2025 and you can get involved by:

  1. Keep in touch by signing up to our newsletter.
  2. Create your own event – have a lunch and learn at work or host an open night at your GP practice. Whatever you are planning to do, email our team to get resources and support [email protected]
  3. Want to set up a partnership or fundraising event for Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. Talk to our fundraising team [email protected] 

 

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