Cheshire East Council is supporting a Public Health England campaign for cervical screening appointments

Cheshire East Council is supporting a Public Health England campaign that is urging people to attend their cervical screening appointment.

Cervical screening uptake is at a 20-year low among eligible women aged between 25 and 64, and is lowest in those aged 25 to 35.

Women aged 25 to 49 should have a screening every three years and it is every five years for those aged 50 to 64

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