Always remember Jade on Mothers day…
Have you had your #SmearTest
The Jade Goody Memorial Page
Happy Mother’s Day to all you Mum’s out there and hope you all have a beautiful day.
“We lost our beautiful Jade on Mothers Day in 2009 (22nd March), the news devastated millions of people but today we will be thinking of Bobby, Freddy and Jackiey as today will be very hard for them all. Jade will be looking down and watching over the three of them today I am sure. Families are forever whether still here or if they have been taken away from us, families are forever in our hearts 💕”
All women who are registered with a GP are invited for cervical screening:
aged 25 to 49 – every three years
aged 50 to 64 – every five years
over 65 – only women who haven’t been screened since age 50 or those who have recently had abnormal tests.
Still fighting to get the age lowered @
SOPHIES CHOICE – Smear test lowered to 16 years of age @ Facebook
Sophie’s Choice – 18 June 2015
“Hi everyone it has been a long time since we posted anything on here, we would just like to thank you all for your continued support.
Cervical cancer awareness is making it’s way back into the press and we thought it only right that we get behind the awareness being raised and remind you all how important it is to go for your smear.
A smear test takes a matter of minutes and they do save lives.
Sophie was not given the option of a smear, which sadly cost her life, please please please see a smear as a procedure that is of your best interest and not an embarrassing one.
Thank you once again for being a part of Sophie’s Choice, we appreciate every single one of you and Sophie would be so proud of all the work that has gone on to raise awareness. Xxx”
Another great article @
Who needs one?
“All women! (that includes lesbians, nuns, people who have never been sexually active, and those who have always used condoms etc etc.) over the age of 25 should have a smear. In normal circumstances it needs repeating every 3 years, but this may change if there is an abnormality. It will never be less frequent until you are over 50, when the tests become 5 yearly and stop at age 65.”
Thinking of all mothers & Daughters today who have lost someone special…