January 24-30 is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.
Eight women are diagnosed with cervical cancer every day in the UK and it is the most common cancer in women under 35. However, 1 in 3 of 25-29 year olds do not take up their smear test invitation with the uptake falling year on year.
Smear tests are crucial to the eradication of cervical cancer as they can detect abnormal cells on the cervix before they develop into cancer.
For more information about cervical cancer and to get involved in the #SmearforSmear campaign visit www.jostrust.org.ukRead Cervical Cancer Prevention Week…