The mother of a young woman who died from cervical cancer has taken her campaign to Downing Street. This afternoon she delivered a petition to Number 10 calling for women to be routinely screened from the age of twenty. Jonathan Gibson reports.
The mother of Mercedes Curnow, who died from cervical cancer aged 23, is delivering a petition to Downing Street today. Sandra Cousins is campaigning to lower the age of cervical screening and has collected more than 100,000 signatures supporting her campaign.