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Posted by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, 12:15 pm
This week, NHS England has pledged to eliminate cervical cancer by 2040. We are really excited about the news as the pledge includes plans to improve access to online booking for vaccination appointments nationally and support for healthcare...Read more
Posted by Katie Musialowski, Senior Information Officer, 4:15 pm
This week, researchers revealed exciting results from the GCIG INTERLACE clinical trial, showing that a new way of using existing cancer drugs could mean more effective treatment options for cervical cancer.
Posted by Eluned Hughes, Head of Information and Engagement, 2:15 pm
Today the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has approved the use of a new drug, pembrolizumab (Keytruda), on the NHS to treat some patients with advanced cervical cancer.
Posted by Samantha Dixon, Chief Executive, 5:45 pm
At Jo’s, our vision has always been a world where cervical cancer is a thing of the past. For this Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, we’re putting the foot on the pedal to get us closer to that day with our We Can campaign to End Cervical Cancer...
Posted by Angela, a member of our community, 11:45 am
This is the second in our series of 3 blogs sharing experiences of living an advanced diagnosis. Every experience is as unique as the person going through it.
Posted by An anonymous member of our community, 11:15 am
Like many of us in this boat, I spend a lot of time researching and reading stories and information out there to keep on top of what’s available treatment-wise and be prepared to shout for it when needed.
Posted by An anonymous member of our community, 5:15 pm
Posted by Eluned Hughes, Head of Information and Engagement, 10:30 am
You might have seen stories in newspapers today about a new kind of test for detecting cervical cell changes and helping prevent cervical cancer. A new study published this week has found that a new kind of test could be more accurate at...Read more
Posted by Jennifer Glancey, Communications Assistant, 9:45 am
This Black History Month we're remembering and paying tribute to Henrietta Lacks.
Posted by Liz, our media volunteer, 11:30 am
In 2019, I had a letter reminding me that my cervical screening appointment was due. My mum dragged me there!