UK Cervical Cancer sees a future where preventing Cervical Cancer is within reach both in the UK and other parts of the world.

Our charitable mission is to protect and preserve women’s health no matter where they live by eliminating Cervical Cancer and ensuring that children don’t have to grow up without their mother.

What we do and who we work with

Provide education and conduct research

Promote the advancement of saving lives

Facilitate medical screening and treatment

Provide support and relief to those in need

Launch of the Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer

The Norfolk Project

In Norfolk, there are 52 cases of cervical cancer and 16 deaths a year. Our aim is to raise awareness of cervical cancer and what can be done to prevent suffering and death from the disease. This project aims to target as many women, youngsters and students as possible, concentrating on those suffering from deprivation and disadvantage.

Cervical cancer should be almost 100% preventable

Just £10 can pay to vaccinate a school girl or screen a woman for cervical cancer in a developing country

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While the overall statistic for women skipping their cervical screening is 1 in 4, 2 in 3 25-29-year-old women skip their cervical screenings

Let’s get that key age group of women booked in for their #SmearTest & most importantly, let’s make sure they attend it


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A Guide to Cervical Cancer

15% of school children are not protected against the human papillomavirus HPV virus which is linked to 99% of cervical cancer cases.