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Screening saves mother’s life twice

A MOTHER from Skye is urging women in the Highland to take part in a cervical screening programme.

Jo-Anne Ford, 46, from Portree, says regular participation in the Scottish Cervical Screening Programme may have prevented her developing cervical cancer twice, and potentially saved her life.

Ms Ford used Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (January 22-January 28) to raise awareness of the programme, which invites all women aged from 25 to 64 to regularly attend cervical screening.

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