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Cervical Screening Awareness Week- The Eve Appeal launches live series Probably Nothing

16/06/2020

For this Cervical Screening Awareness Week, The Eve Appeal has updated its Cancer and Coronavirus Information Hub to reflect the beginning of some cervical screening programmes across England resuming.

You can access their updated information at 

 The Eve Appeal is also delighted to announce its new live series, Probably Nothing. Every Tuesday at 6pm @eveappeal on Facebook and Twitter, Eve's Cancer Information Officer, Karen Hobbs, will be joined by an expert guest to answer the gynae health questions sent in by their followers.

Most of the calls to their nurse-led information line, Ask Eve, start the same way: ‘It’s probably nothing, but’. Their nurse service, Ask Eve, is here to answer those questions, set minds at rest, provide expert information, signpost to trusted sources and tell you when you should get yourself to a doctor.

You can find out more at eveappeal.org.uk/probablynothing.

Help support The Eve Appeal this Cervical Screening Awareness Week by spreading the word about Probably Nothing and their updated Cancer and Coronavirus Information Hub, suggested tweets and visuals:

 'With some surgeries beginning to resume their cervical screening programme, read @eveappeal's updated Screening and Coronavirus FAQs to know what to expect if you get an invitation to your appointment: eveappeal.org.uk/coronavirus  #CervicalScreeningAwarenessWeek'

A short video is available for download: https://we.tl/t-4RflDrxB3R : 'This #CervicalScreeningAwarenessWeek @eveappeal are launching a new live series, #ProbablyNothing. Join them Tuesdays at 6pm @eveappeal on Facebook and Twitter where they will be answering your gynae questions, because your health is everything eveappeal.org.uk/probablynothing'

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