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Face to face support for people living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis.
Read about ways to cope with any effects of treatment and getting practical support.
From Monday 2nd December - Sunday 26th January, we will only have our Cervical Cancer Prevention week information pack available to order. If you need to order other printed information resources during this time, please contact [email protected].
Whether you are worried about cervical screening or the HPV vaccine, affected by cell changes (abnormal cells) or cervical cancer, or you’re a healthcare professional looking to raise awareness, we have something for you.
Orders placed before 12pm on a Wednesday are sent out the Friday of that week and arrive the following week.
Orders placed after 12pm on a Wednesday are sent out on the Friday of the following week. It may arrive up to 10 working days after the order was placed.
We rely on donations to keep our information and services free for everyone who needs them, including those affected by cell changes and cervical cancer. It costs us up to £10 to create and send each order, so if you would like to continue supporting our work please consider donating – anything you can give makes a huge difference.
Please see our selection of printed information materials.
Suggested donation of £3
Suggested donation of £5
Please see our selection of download only information materials.
A download only information material means it is only available to download as a PDF. We do not provide a printed copy of these resources.
If you add the product to your cart and checkout, you will receive a "File download" email. This email will include a link to download the resource as a PDF, so you can view it on the computer or print it yourself.