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Posted by Hannah Wright, Policy and Public Affairs Officer, 5:30 pm
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 Paula de Souza, Helpline Advisor, 5:15 pm
Our support services at Jo’s mainly hear from women. But sometimes we also hear from men and partners of women. Sometimes they are asking about their wife or partner’s health, and at others, it’s about their own. This blog covers the most common...Read more
Posted by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust team, 5:30 pm
Cervical screening can help prevent cervical cancer. Yet across the UK, on average, one in four women and people with a cervix do not attend their screening appointments. Among ethnic minority communities, this is even lower.
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, 3:45 pm
The Cervical Screening Programme in Wales recently announced that it is changing. As of the 1st of January the routine screening interval for women and other people with a cervix in Wales aged 25 - 49 has moved from three to five years. We’re...Read more
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 3:00 pm
One of the big news stories today is about YouScreen: a HPV self-sampling study launching in parts of North and East London.
Posted by Hannah Dwyer, Support Services Officer, 9:45 am
Hannah Dwyer is a Support Services Officer at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, where she works on the Helpline and
Posted by Diane Hassall, Independent Therapist, 3:00 pm
Diane is a therapist and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. In this blog, she explains what anxiety is and how you can manage it, as well as demonstrating some grounding techniques.
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 4:30 pm
How would you react if you were told you had HPV? Would you be afraid? Upset? Or simply a bit unsure of what it meant?
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 9:45 am
It’s back-to-school time and that means thousands of children, both boys and girls (perhaps your own children) may be offered the HPV vaccine at school. You may have seen that the vaccine has been hitting the news recently and...Read more