Friday , February 26 2021

Ending nine million British women in overdue trials



Cancer for cancer of Britain has been low in all time, with almost five million women overtaken by the test.

Almost a year after the last invitation to the appointment of the third woman's death, she has revealed official statistics without proof of evidence.

The participation in the British Trap Screening project is very small, registering 23 years ago.

Campaigners wants to offer more morning and evening performances to doctors to try out busy women.

Cancer for cancer of Britain has been low in all time, with almost five million women overtaken by the test. Photograph photo

Cancer for cancer of Britain has been low in all time, with almost five million women overtaken by the test. Photograph photo

Cancer for cancer of Britain has been low in all time, with almost five million women overtaken by the test. Photograph photo

Thirty-three women participate in three thirty appointments, especially the so-called "body shy" and intimidation in intimate study.

The NHS Cervical Screening Program invites women between 25 and 49 years of age to test every three years, or every five years for 50-64 years.

In the United Kingdom, 17.6 million women with subsidy of 4,600 million have the right to program, they have not tested, according to the NHS Digital show.

Robert Music, CEO of the Cervical Cancer Trust, said: "Today's statistics are very frustrating and, in addition to the rising diagnosis of cancer cancer, there is a great deal of concern.

How did my cancer cause my life?

Laura Flaherty was diagnosed and diagnosed with cancer of the first cancer

Laura Flaherty was diagnosed and diagnosed with cancer of the first cancer

Laura Flaherty was diagnosed and diagnosed with cancer of the first cancer

Laura Flaherty was dying, but he did not know.

In 2014, he diagnosed and diagnosed cancer against cancer.

Leigh, a Greater Manchester store manager, left for a moment more than two months.

Miss Flaherty, a 32-year-old mother, said: "If I do not know if someone would die, my children would have died.

& # 39; No one wants to show a private stranger to his / her private party. But you can save your life.

I have had some symptoms, so it was impossible for me at that time to be too late. I've been cancer for two years now.

& # 39; However, it was not easy. My treatment, a hysterectomy, my fertility moved away from me, very hard. "

At the request of others, he said: "The smear tests are so important. Take your invitation."

We're getting more difficult and harder accessing at a time when we need to make it easier. When many have obtained appointments for training, it is included through sexual health, and limited support is needed for those who need it.

He said the program was effective, but a "computer-aided collapse" computer downgraded, and that Britain was lagging behind in Australian countries, for the elimination of a serious cancer was "horizontally".

Mr Music added: "We can not sit down and let the collapse of the cervical surgery continue to plummet or diagnose it often this preventative cancer will rise."

3,200 British women each year diagnose cancer cancer and die every year with 1,000 illnesses.

Nonetheless, cancer-related cancer rates rise almost 40 percent in 20 years.

Experts with 2,000 women would die every year without the program.

The projection seeks preventable cancer pre-treatment before developing the entire tumors in the body. This takes a sample of the stomach in the stomach, to look for anomalies.

During the 2017/18 season, 74% of women between the ages of 25 and 64 tested women within a five-year period. The smallest record started in 1995, with 82 percent being tested.

The study program reduces the cancer rate for cancer treatment by 44% since the seventies. The death of the reality television series has led to the death of Jade Goody of 2009 in women who participate in the show. But since this effect has faltered.

New data suggest that younger women are not particularly tested, only in England they account for 61% of 25 to 29 year-olds. Mr Music said: "The participation of young women is very disturbing.

"Women is a great factor for many women, and our research finds that a third of young women have delayed this reason. There are many reasons to understand, among other things, physical obstacles, fears, low perceptual risk or evidence.

The increase is also very low for over 60s, 69% more than the previous year.

Experts believe that women are overtaken by their seventies risk.

Women are being invited to cancer for 12 times during their lifetime. But they only need seven projections, one year after the end of the year, a new test for HPV virus (the main cancer).

Twenty months after the figures came in about eight months, 43,000 letters were sent to send women not send a painful test or a reminder between January and June, and 4,500 letters of results were sent.


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