To mark Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (17-23 January 2022), Leeds Cancer Programme is working with partners across the city to raise awareness of cervical screening as well as potential results and encouraging women and people with a cervix not to ignore their invitation. Led by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, the
Women in Leeds are being urged not to delay taking part in cervical screening during the coronavirus pandemic through the launch of a new safety video. Cancer Wise Leeds, a programme funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research and delivered in partnership with Leeds Cancer Programme, has produced the Safe Screening for
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) Partnership is supporting Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (22–28 January 2018), by encouraging local people to get behind Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust #SmearForSmear campaign to help raise awareness and reduce the risk of cervical cancer, as well as the importance of cervical screening (smear test).