Bolton mum taking the fight for accessible cervical screenings to parliament
CERVICAL screenings hit the headlines this year after the number of women participating dropped to the lowest in two decades as one in four failed to take up the test.
However, disabled women say that they are prevented from even having screenings, despite requesting to be checked.
Muscular Dystrophy UK campaigner Fiona Anderson, from Heaton, says she has never been able to have a cervical cancer screening.
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