Radha did not know that she was at risk of cervical cancer.
Radha (name changed), my house help what cervical cancer is!!
In Indian women, cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer women between the ages of 30 and 59 years are at risk of developing cervical cancer in India, with to cervical cancer in India: 60,078/year (Source: Cancerindia.org.in)But, Cervical Cancer CAN be Prevented. There is a vaccine for cervical cancer now available in India.It is curable if detected atRead more
Cervical incompetence is a medical condition in which a pregnant woman's cervix begins to dilate (widen) and efface (thin) before her pregnancy has reached full term. Cervical incompetence occurs it’s too late?? A Cervical Stitch (also known as a cerclage or cervical suture) Is a special see if i would and if I didn’t they were going to do a procedure called a Cervical Stitch to help, they were taking me down to theatre to have a cervical stitch to try and save my baby boy. As I wentRead more
Janay DawesQuinton, ENG, United Kingdom
Created October 6, 2015
Petition to The Department for Health and Social Care, Theresa May MP, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Paula Sherriff MP
appointment for Cervical Screening - previously known as a "smear test" - I could NOT access this vital - 125,000 disabled women who will struggle immensely to get their routine cervical screening or not. Home visits for Cervical Screenings aren’t covered by the medical centre's insurance and there is no of cervical cancer going undetected purely because of an accessibility issue related to my with disabilities equal access to vital cervical cancer screening. Including by making hoistsRead more
I was recently diagnosed with cervical cancer after having a routine smear test, which I’d never woman to wait 5 years is u acceptable. 2 women die daily in Britain from Cervical Cancer and with the time scale rising this is going to increase. Read more
8 minutes because of cervical cancer. This deadly disease causes 70,000 women to die annually. 366 million Indian females are at risk of getting infected by cancer causing virus HPV.
Cervical cancer primary method to safeguard our women from cervical cancer. It has to be made available to majority ofRead more
The current age for cervical cancer screening in England is 25. If you are under 25 you aren't Law
Any woman under the age of 25 who is not eligible for cervical cancer screening who goes to the at the age of 21 and found she had cervical cancer that had been there for 2-4 years already. ThisRead more
5 years, meaning an additional 2 years between cervical screening and potentially seeing further deaths from cervical cancer!
On average 3197 cases of cervical cancer are discovered each year with% of cervical cancer cases are preventable (according to cancer research UK).
INCREASING THE LENGTH OF TIME BETWEEN CERVICAL SCREENING IS PUTTING LIVES AT RISK! Read more
woman’s reproductive system is cervical screening (smear test). But a woman’s body is more than just Cervical cancer. But 19,000 women are diagnosed with the other types of gynaecological cancer for cervical screening and the results showed nothing abnormal. Five months later I began to experience Cervical Screening test visit is maximally utilised and women are encouraged to speak up betweenRead more
Dafina MalovskaLondon, ENG, United Kingdom
Created January 29, 2019
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