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Smear Tests: A Step-By-Step Guide
26th March 2019

Smear Tests: A Step-By-Step Guide

London Gynaecology’s consultant, Miss Meg Wilson, talks to The Independent about what happens during a cervical screening appointment. Here’s a step-by-step guide.

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Smear Test Myths
23rd March 2019

Smear Test Myths

Cervical cancer screening rates in the UK have reached a 21 year low, and many experts think this is largely down to the countless misconceptions that...

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Smoking and Women’s Health
13th March 2019

Smoking and Women’s Health

On No Smoking Day 2019, Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal looks at the effect of smoking on women’s health, outlining overall risk levels for gynaecological cancer...

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PHE launches ‘Cervical Screening Saves Lives’ campaign
6th March 2019

PHE launches ‘Cervical Screening Saves Lives’ campaign

On Tuesday 5th March, Public Health England (PHE) announced a new national campaign, ‘Cervical Screening Saves Lives’, with the aim of increasing cervical screening attendance...

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25th January 2018

Gardasil-9 Vaccination in Stock

We have the Gardasil-9 HPV vaccine in stock following the national shortage.  If you require HPV vaccination, contact us on 0207 10 11 700.

Common Cervical Health Questions
19th January 2018

Common Cervical Health Questions

Every year in the UK around 3,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. As January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pisal...

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11th January 2018

HPV Myths

HPV is not always well understood, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, the only UK charity dedicated to women affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities, shares...

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Talking to Your Partner About HPV
10th January 2018

Talking to Your Partner About HPV

Approximately 75-80% women (and men) get human papilloma virus at some stage in life. It usually produces no symptoms and many women will not even...

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Symptoms Not to Ignore
18th September 2017

Symptoms Not to Ignore

Every year more than 21,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer.  Without sounding dramatic being aware of the symptoms and seeking...

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15th September 2017

Choosing HPV Vaccination for Your Daughter

In the UK the HPV vaccine is offered to girls in year 8 (age 12 and 13) to protect them against cervical cancer.  In all...

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