Make Cervical Cancer Screening Accessible For Disabled Women Like Me

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Shona Kinghorn
1 month ago
I'm currently in the same position even the local hospital don't have a hoist I was due in march and got put off till November and I feel discriminated and feel Im getting treated worse than abled body

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Trisha Nugent
Oct 23, 2020
Screening is very important and should be available for every woman

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Rowena Russell
Jul 1, 2020
Disabled people are entitled to the same quality of healthcare as able-bodied people. Cervical screening is a crucial aspect of women’s health and there is no excuse for disabled women not being able to routinely access this service

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Amanda coote
Jun 21, 2020
The lack of this facility is disgraceful

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Laura Trott
Jun 20, 2020
There is still so many areas in the UK that discriminate against disabled people. Especially travel. This is something we should be protesting about.

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Kathryn Van Howe
Jan 29, 2020
This screening should be available to ALL women, and the appropriate facilities, eg hoists, installed. Have emailed our local MP about this, who also works in the NHS, and she has promised to look into this, never having had the issue raised before. Good luck with the petition, Fiona.

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Lesley Johnson
Jan 28, 2020
I find it difficult to have the test

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Marlene Stevens
Jan 25, 2020
Cervical Cancer Screening should be available to ALL!!!

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Amanda Offord
Jan 22, 2020
This should be available for everybody even people with limited/no mobility

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pat mckinney
Jan 21, 2020
As a wheelchair user myself I totally understand how hard it is to get basic tests due to lack of proper facilities. It's 2020. Get with it.