Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a cancer that originates and develops in the cervix.

Over 302 women and people with a cervix in Ireland are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but when detected early, cervical cancer is very treatable. 99% of cervical cancers can be attributed the the HPV or Human Papillomavirus. This means that with the help of the HPV vaccine, cervical cancer could in time be eradicated.

To learn more about the condition and some helpful advice to support you at every step of your cervical cancer journey, click below.

 

Resources that can help:

For further information on HPV click here

Download a free copy of our Cervical Cancer, What You Should Know booklet here

Download a copy of our "Don't Fear The Smear" leaflet here

Additional information on Cervical Cancer is available here 

For support and information for those affected by Gynaecological cancer and their families, visit ThisIsGo.ie by clicking here.