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Dr Adrian Harrop πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ©Ί
Everyone with a cervix should understand the importance of cervical screening, and should know how, when and where they can access a . I’m proud to work with an organisation that helps all those at risk of cervical cancer to access this lifesaving screening programme.
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Dr Adrian Harrop πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ©Ί Jun 25
Replying to @AdrianHarrop
it’s vital for those providing cervical screening tests to remember that not every woman has a cervix, and that not everyone who has a cervix is a woman. choosing to use inclusive language erases no one.
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Nebula πŸ’œ Jun 25
Replying to @AdrianHarrop
Goodness, you REALLY aggravated the usual suspects.
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Dr Adrian Harrop πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ©Ί Jun 25
Replying to @pixie_nebula
amazing how easy it is really πŸ’πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ like, look at the *actual* words i *actually* wrote at the top of this thread. entirely reasonable language. actively inclusive of everyone who could possibly ever need to access screening. and just look at the response it generates... πŸ™„
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Thaniel Dorian Jun 25
Replying to @AdrianHarrop
I was hoping to not have one by now but global supervillain Covid-19 resulted in my surgery getting cancelled for the 3rd time. Pubs will open next month but I'm still waiting to hear when it'll be safe for non-urgent surgeries to continue.
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Chloe Alice Jun 25
I know it's not the subject of the thread (and I don't have a cervix), but were absolutely fantastic when they were my local medical centre. They were really great with checking if I did need screening and what I would need instead.
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RFB ♀ Jun 25
Replying to @AdrianHarrop
English isn't my first language, what is 'cervix'? How do I know if I have one?
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Camille Spita Jun 25
Replying to @AdrianHarrop
I hope the prostate havers get the same treatment.
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Elle πŸ›‘οΈ BLM Jun 25
Well yes I would hope so.
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