1. Cervical cancer: Fighting preventable disease  
  2. Cervical Cancer Facts and Statistics  Women's Health
  3. Mum dying of cervical cancer was 'denied smear test despite bleeding after sex'  Mirror Online
  4. National Cervical Health Awareness Month  
  5. January brings awareness to womens’ health  WVNS-TV
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Early detection and preventative measures can help women avoid cervical cancer—or catch and treat it early. Learn the facts so you can keep yourself safe. Here's what you need to know to keep yourself safe.

Cervical Cancer Facts and Statistics

Maxine Smith, 31, from Cheadle, Greater Manchester, is now calling for smear tests to be given on demand rather than every three years. She says her family are not ready for her to die Maxine Smith, 31, from Cheadle, Greater Manchester, is now calling for smear tests to be given on demand rather than every three years. She says her family are not ready for her to die

Mum dying of cervical cancer was 'denied smear test despite bleeding after sex' - Mirror Online

BECKLEY, WV (WVNS) — January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. The biggest concern in cervical health is cervical cancer. One way women can protect themselves is the HPV Vaccine. Dr. Johnny Walker works with Access Health. He spoke with 59 News about how important it is for women to have good cervical health. “Cervical cancer […]BECKLEY, WV (WVNS) — January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. The biggest concern in cervical health is cervical cancer. One way women can protect themselves is the HPV Vaccine. Dr. Johnny…

January brings awareness to women’s health | WVNS

“January is #CervicalHealthAwarenessMonth. #CervicalCancer can be detected early with a Pap test. Women should begin screening at 21. Co-testing (Pap and HPV test) is recommended for women 30-65. https://t.co/vB3lULaZlj #CongressionalFamilies @PreventCancer”

Kaira Rouda on Twitter: "January is #CervicalHealthAwarenessMonth. #CervicalCancer can be detected early with a Pap test. Women should begin screening at 21. Co-testing (Pap and HPV test) is recommended for women 30-65. https://t.co/vB3lULaZlj #CongressionalFamilies @PreventCancer"

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and 13,000 people are diagnosed with the disease annually.January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and 13,000 people are diagnosed with the disease annually.

Priority Health talks Cervical cancer awareness | WOODTV.com

EVER year millions of women put themselves at risk by skipping their smear test. So when Maxine Smith was diagnosed with cervical cancer at just 29 it came as a huge blow – as she had actuall…

I’m dying of cancer at 31 but could’ve been saved by a smear test – if doctors had listened – The Sun