Do not let embarrassment smear your chances of survival, says Dr Zahid Chauhan

Cervical cancer kills nearly 900 hundred women each year and is the most common form of cancer in females under 35 in the UK.

93% of cervical cancer cases are actually preventable through a vaccine called Gardasil (usually administered to girls aged 12-13), avoiding cigarettes (since people who smoke are less able to get rid of the infection which can develop into cancer), hygienic sexual health and regular cervical screening.

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