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ARDROSSAN activist and cervical cancer survivor Suzanne Fernando is in the running to win towards community causes after being…

Cervical Cancer Trust fun run at Eglinton Park a roaring success (From Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald)

THE second Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Fun Run at Eglinton Park on Sunday was a roaring success with people from all over Ayrshire attending.

Join Walk for Fun in Ayrshire and take steps to prevent cervical cancer (From Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald)

Ayrshire resident Suzanne Fernando is calling on others to take steps against cervical cancer by joining her on June at in Irvine’s Eglinton Country Park for Walk for Fun.

Our support groups offer an opportunity for women living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis to meet each other locally for information, friendship and mutual support. The groups are led by trained volunteers who have either been personally or professionally affected by cervical cancer or cervical abnormalities.

Our support groups offer an opportunity for women living with or beyond a cervi.

The online forum on the Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust website is a great place to ask questions, make friends and find some strong shoulders to lean on.

At the heart of the Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust community is our online forum. It's a great place to ask questions, make friends and find some strong shoulder.

Our 11th annual information day Let’s Meet was held on 20th September 2014 in London. It was a fantastic opportunity to bring our community together. Let’s Meet is an event designed specifically for women, and their partners, who are living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis. Find out more about the event on our website: http://jostrust.org.uk/support/letsmeet/lets-meet-2014

Our annual information day Let’s Meet was held on September 2014 in London. It was a fantastic opportunity to bring our community together.

Suzanne Fernando (@aar0nn) | Twitter

Suzanne Fernando (@aar0nn) | Twitter

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Our freephone Helpline is manned by volunteers who have had personal experience of cervical cancer or cervical abnormalities and have had training in telephone helpline skills. The Helpline offers listening, support and information. Call 0808 802 8000

Whether you're living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis, or you know someone who is, sometimes you just need to be able to talk to someone about wha.

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