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Every year in the UK more than 2,800 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and nearly 1,000 women will die from the disease.

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women aged 35 and under.

Cervical cancer is usually symptom free until it is in its advanced stages, making cervical smear tests the only way to diagnose the disease early and save lives.

Smear tests can also identify pre-cancerous cells so that they can be removed before cancer develops.

All women, particularly those between 25 and 65, should be regularly screened for cervical cancer.

Don’t miss out on your regular cervical smear test, contact us today and book a smear with our female nurse or doctor.