Cervical cancer research hits national headlines


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Posted on 15 June 2015
Research published by Dr Sue Sherman in the British Medical Journal during Cervical Screening Awareness Week (15-21st June) hit the headlines in the national and regional media this week.
 
As well as featuring in the Independent, The Telegraph, The Times and The Guardian Online, Sue gave interviews about her research to various BBC TV and radio shows, including BBC Breakfast, pictured, BBC 5 Live, the Today Programme and Woman's Hour. Her research, 'Cervical cancer is not just a young woman's disease', also featured in more than 40 regional titles across the country.
 
Sue, a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, said: "I am delighted that this important issue was given such good coverage and hope that our work can make a real difference to older women's lives."
 
The BBC Breakfast Show interview can be seen here:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-33130836

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