Speaking to HuffPost UK, Milly explained that she was diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer a few months ago after being
No one enjoys going for cervical screening but we all know those uncomfortable few minutes could be life-saving. The good
Researchers have predicted a drop in the number of women needing surgery to prevent cervical cancer.
“She made sure those babies would live. She traded her life,” her brother says.
'Me' was taken out a year ago on the operating table.
It's a complex topic, but let's lay down the facts.
Fewer Pap smears, better results.
A HPV test will replace the Pap smear evaluation from May next year.
It's Cervical Cancer Awareness Week: Are you up to date?
Women under the age of 25 gain little benefit from Pap smears according to a study that supports the federal government's