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Our new research has found that women with physical disabilities are struggling to access potentially-life saving cervical screening.
A lack of equipment, clear policies and, in parts of the country, substandard care is putting this group at increased risk of cervical cancer.
All women should have equality of access to cervical screening and we hope the following recommendations will get us closer to making this a reality for women with physical disabilities:
Talk about your personal experience and share our report on social media to help raise awareness of the problems women with a physical disability can have accessing cervical screening. Sharing the report is simple! Use the buttons below to post, or use our suggested post:
Every eligible woman should be able to access #CervicalScreening, yet Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust found 2/3 women with a physical disability are unable to. We can change this. Read their experiences: jostrust.org.uk/invisible
Write to your MP to let them know about our new report and what needs to change. You can use this draft letter as guidance >
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