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Michael Brady Jun 16
(1/2) ends today. Cervical screening rates are falling and LGBT people are less likely to screen than others. Cervical screening saves lives and everyone with a cervix who has ever had sex should screen regularly
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Dr Sue Sherman Jun 10
It is AND One tweet for both. causes 5% of cancers including , , , head neck and throat cancers. Vaccinate your kids and please attend when invited.
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BHIVA Jun 10
It's . It is so important that everyone with a cervix has their regular smear test and it is important to remember for those people living with HIV to have an annual test.
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿Wendy Smith🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Jun 12
This is how it feels before going for the tests to see if you are free of I’ll be off Twitter now for a couple of days. Thank you everyone I’m so grateful and thank you my Eleventh Doctor 💖
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Dr Pixie Mckenna Jun 11
Calling all ladies,sisters,mums besties, nieces,aunties out there... if you are due a do it...5 mins could save your life!
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laura flaherty Jun 14
3 years ago next week I was told I had cervical cancer, no symptoms, out of the blue, a smear test saved my life. This happened today❤️❤️❤️
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Jayshree Veeratterapillay Jun 9
75% of cervical cancer can be prevented by cervical screening. Biggest risk factor for cervical cancer? Not having regular smears! It only takes 5 mins -book yours now if you are due.
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Alice Singleton Jun 11
⚡️This week is ⚡️ I am sharing the story of my big sister - healthy, happy, new mum...and then hit out of the blue. Thankfully, a screening saved her life. Please RT and share to help save more lives.
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Barnsley Council Jun 10
It's , and we're reminding women in Barnsley to attend their cervical screening. It offers the best protection against developing cervical cancer.
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Kim Jun 11
This is a tad overwhelming but this is the reality of life after cancer. It never ends. I am so tired 😟 This is just for the next couple of months...more will come, they always do 😥 I would very much like a break!
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Public Health England Jun 11
It's . Around 2,600 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in England each year, and around 690 women die from the disease, which is 2 deaths every day. Make your appointment today...
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The Eve Appeal Jun 16
is nearly over, but the need to be proactive with your gynae health and prevent cervical cancer is important all year round. Get clued up and get booked in!
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Public Health Wales Jun 12
It's Cervical Screening Awareness Week @joscervicalcancertrust. We know that embarrassment holds many back from going for cervical screening. Don't let it. It can save your life
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Beyond Words Jun 10
found 19% of women w LD have had recent cervical screening compared to 73% of the general population. We must change attitudes, demand more training & share good practice to beat health inequalities
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HEATHER MACRAE Jun 16
So incredibly grateful to be back home this afternoon to recover, the are incredible and we are so lucky to have them. Thank you everyone at for taking great care of me here’s hoping the worst is behind us💪🏼
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Successful Mums Jun 12
It’s and we’re urging all our Successful Mums, sisters, aunties, besties..if you are due a smear, book it! It takes just 5 minutes..and it could save your life!
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Healthwatch Bolton Jun 14
We are going to be doing a piece of work around cervical screening shortly. If you would like to be involved please get in touch. Year on year the number of women attending their smears is dropping. Why is this and how can we help PCS change this?
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Macmillan's Cancer Information Jun 11
Cervical screening can find early cell changes in the cervix, which may develop into cancer in the future. For more information you can: 💚Talk to your GP to see how you can go for a screening test 💚Call us on 0808 808 00 00
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mynewhair Jun 10
It's . We're asking for your support to help raise awareness that cervical screening saves lives! Book your smear test. Reminds friends and family to book theirs. Cervical cancer is preventable and screenings can stop before it starts
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University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS FT Jun 10
During we're encouraging women across Derbyshire and Staffordshire to take up their screening invites. It only takes 5 mins & could save your life. If you missed your last one book an appointment with your GP Practice today
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