Our research on cervical cancer

Research into cervical cancer has saved many thousands of lives through screening and better treatment. We’ve played a key role in this progress, and we couldn’t have done it without our supporters and pioneering researchers.

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"I know personally how crucial research is to beat cancer"

Hayley is a scientist and a cancer survivor - she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2007 through a routine smear test.

Improving the cervical cancer screening programme

“Our research shows that testing women for HPV first could prevent 600 cases of cervical cancer a year in England.” Professor Peter Sasieni is finding ways to save more lives.

Finding better treatments

Dr Mary McCormack is leading a clinical trial to find out if adding a short course of chemotherapy to the current treatment for women with advanced cervical cancer improves their outlook.

The Francis Crick Institute

The entrance of the Francis Crick Institute

We are building a brand new research facility at the heart of London that will help us to beat cancer sooner.

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