Recently diagnosed with cervical cancer

You will be reading this because you or someone you care about has newly been diagnosed with cervical cancer. Around 3,000 women each year in the UK receive this diagnosis. Finding out you have cancer can be an emotional and scary time.

You'll probably have been given lots of information from the hospital, but it can be difficult to digest and remember what you've been told when possibly the only word you'll have heard is 'cancer'.

‘My advice for anyone going through cervical cancer treatments is to talk to someone, don’t do it alone.’ – Emma, 26

Useful links

Here is a list of links that you can use to help you find out more about cervical cancer generally, your treatment options and getting support for you or your partner. 

‘Your guide to cervical cancer’ booklet

The booklet offers an overview of what cervical cancer is, the treatments you may be offered and the impact of a diagnosis. We've included stories from other women to try to help you understand your experience and give you direction on where you can get continued help and support. 

 

Order the booklet using the form below.

 

 

Date last updated: 
13 Oct 2015

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