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How to Make Your Smear More Comfortable
28th July 2020

How to Make Your Smear More Comfortable

Around 600,000 smear tests that would have normally been carried out in UK during April and May 2020 were cancelled or delayed due to Coronavirus....

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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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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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Decoding HPV
14th March 2018

Decoding HPV

Although as many as 75-80% of women (and men) get Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) during their lifetime very little is known about it. Mr Pisal...

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Mr Pisal Talks Gynae
20th March 2017

Mr Pisal Talks Gynae

Mr Pisal, Consultant Gynaecologist at London Gynaecology and the Whittington Hospital (NHS), spends almost all his time discussing and treating patients.  In this Q&A we learn...

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