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Cervical screening (a smear test) is the best protection against cervical cancer. It detects cell changes which, if untreated, could go on to develop into cancer. 220,000 women have an abnormal cervical screening result every year, but treatment is highly effective.
This Week we're launching new research on your experiences of cervical cell changes and treatment.
We need your support in raising awareness, so we can give a voice to women's experiences and bring about change for the better. Will you join us?
Find out more about why we're talking about cell changes in this blog >
We've released new research that looks at the experiences of women diagnosed with cell changes. While many women who have treatment will have a straightforward and positive experience we've found that this is not the case for all women.
Share the below message on Twitter or Instagram during the week (10 - 16 June) to help raise awareness:
Confused by your #CervicalScreening results? You’re not alone! That’s why @JoTrust/@joscervicalcancertrust have created this handy jargon buster for Cervical Screening Awareness Week: jostrust.org.uk/csaw #NotSoSimple