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Early Detection Saves Lives
Family and lifestyle blogger, This Day I love, review our GynaeCheck service. Read more: Early Detection Saves Lives
Hannah's review of GynaeCheck
Hannah, a mum to four handsome little monsters, review our GynaeCheck service. Read more: GynaeCheck - the new thr...
ReeRee Rocket's review of GynaeCheck
Journalist, Salon owner and lifestyle blogger ReeRee Rocket's review our GynaeCheck service. Target 100,000 - 1 million wome...
Cervical Cancer: signs you should not ignore
Treatment and detection of cervical cancer has changed radically in the past 25 years, largely as a result of the national sc...
Random Thoughts of a Twenty Something on the GynaeCheck
What is GynaeCheck? It’s a self-screening device that tests for the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) that causes around 99% ...
Smear Campaign by Marie Clarie
GynaeHealth UK is releasing the country's first DIY smear test that you can buy online and complete at home. Your results wil...
I had no symptoms, but I had cancer
Louise Brown was a healthy 33-year-old when a routine smear test showed she had cervical cancer. Having a regular smear test...
Daysinbed learns about smear testing and the Target 100,000 campaign
As many of you may have read, last month I attended an event with GynaeHealthUK, Jo’s Trust and Dr Pixie McKenna to lea...
Even moderate drinking may increase cancer risk
This week, the BBC reports on new research findings that demonstrate how even light consumption of alcohol can increase cance...
Quarter of cancer patients had to visit GP three times before diagnosis
A new study has revealed that almost a quarter of cancer patients had to make at least three visits to their GP before being ...
The challenge ahead for the NHS
In Cancer: The challenge facing the NHS BBC Health Correspondent Nick Triggle reveals the issues ahead for our stru...
A very good smear campaign
This week is Cervical Screening Awareness Week. A week where women are reminded that a five-minute appointment at the GP su...
Taking cervical cancer screening to the next level
To mark Cervical Screening Awareness Week – a UK-wide initiative led by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust – Mr Jull...
Cervical cancer viewed as a younger woman’s disease
As Cervical Screening Awareness Week gets underway (15-21 June) the BBC reports how cervical cancer is perceived as a young w...
HPV test proves more accurate for cervical cancer screening
Medical News Today reports that two new studies show an HPV test to be a more accurate means of screening for cervical cancer...
Angelina Jolie undergoes surgery to prevent cancer
24th March: The BBC reported today that actress Angelina Jolie has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed as a preventat...
Cervical screening rates fall to all-time low
19th February: Cervical cancer rates in under 35s have continued to soar, whilst the number having smear tests has fallen to an all-time low.
UK cancer levels rise to one in two
February 2015: This week saw a BBC news report on cancer that contained shocking news for the UK. ‘Half of UK people wi...
The pitfalls of direct-to-consumer (DTC) cancer genetic testing
The pitfalls of direct-to-consumer (DTC) cancer genetic testing
How important is genetic counselling?
Clinical Director, Vicki Kiesel presented her poster on 'The value of genetic counselling in breast cancer genetic testing' a...
The value of genetic counselling in breast cancer genetic testing
Clinical Director Vicki Kiesel is delighted to be presenting her poster on 'The value of genetic counselling in breast cancer...
GeneHealth UK performs ground breaking research on the Value of Genetic Counselling
Multiple national and international guidelines recommend that genetic testing is provided by genetic experts in the...
GeneHealth UK presents at European Hereditary Tumour Board
GeneHealth UK is proud to announce that research regarding the awareness of Lynch Like Syndrome among clinical Genetics has b...
The dark side of direct-to-consumer genetic tests
Direct-to-consumer testing is an affordable way to better understand your DNA, but is this a leap forward in innovation or an...