Mother campaigns to get more women tested for cervical cancer

A mother with cervical cancer, who put off getting tested for 9 years before being diagnosed, is urging other women not to make the same mistake she did.

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Cervical cancer campaigners join presenters on Central sofa

Two women affected by cervical cancer spoke to ITV News Central presenters Bob Warman and Sameena Ali-Khan about their campaigning.

Laura Clifton wants to get more women to take smear tests, after she put off going for hers for nine years. When she did get tested, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

Marie Evans' daughter died from cervical cancer aged 22, and she wants to change the law so that under 25s can be tested.

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