Every year around 300,000 women are diagnosed with cervical abnormalities and over 3,000 with cervical cancer. We have an extensive database of women affected who are willing to share their story to help raise awreness. No matter which age, location or story you need, we might just have the story you're looking for.
For an example of the type of stories we have, vist our Your story pages
We can also offer a range of Spokespeople, including medical professionals, commenting on issues around cervical screening, HPV and the HPV vaccine to issues around cervical cancer. Please get in touch with the press office directly by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 3096 8100
The charity's Spokespeople are:
Robert Music, Chief Executive Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust
Rober Music has 25 years experience working for a range of health care charities. He joined Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust in September 2008 bringing a range of skills including senior management, service development, fundraising, strategy and communications. Other charities he has worked for include Help the Aged, Endometriosis UK and The Stroke Association. Since joining the charity, he has overseen positive change including a 600% increase in income, the development of new support services, a major rebrand and successful high profile awareness campaigns. Additionally the charity has built positive relationships with key funders, media, policy and health influencers and Rob sits on a number of influential committees.
Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services
Rebecca joined Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust in September 2009 as Services Development Manager after being a long-term supporter and volunteer for Jo's.
Whilst initially beginning her career in media, Rebecca then became an operations manager for BDO LLP for 5 years where she gained skills in people management, operational strategy, training, administration and communication, becoming a qualified NLP practitioner and coach. Having always been passionate about communication and helping people, joining Jo's was a natural progression and this has also allowed her to contribute corporate skills to the charity sector.