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Cervical Screening Awareness Week

Sophie Brown
Authored by Sophie Brown
Posted: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 21:39
Cervical cancer is the most common form of cancer in women under 35 with two women in the UK per day dying from the disease. 

Cervical Screening Awareness Week which runs from 15th to 20th June aims to encourage all women to have regular cervical screening as well as to provide information and reassurance around any fears or embarrassment that women may have concerning taking the test.

But what do you get someone who already has cervical cancer?  Getting someone a gift when they have cancer can be tricky.   picture of Cervical Cancer Super Hero Mug Picture of Cervical Cancer Super Hero Mug

When choosing gifts for cancer patients it is important to take into account how a cancer patient is affected by both the illness and the treatment.  For example, your gift ideas need to take into account any physical changes your friend might experience, as follows

*Skin sensitivity and dryness
*Oral issues
*Changes in smell and taste
*Change in appetite and dietary restrictions
*Temperature swings
*Physical limitations
*Compromised immune system

But it doesn't have to be difficult to choose a thoughtful cancer gift, but when choosing you would need to, where possible

1.Think about the person you are buying the gift for
2. Understand the emotional and physical effects of their cancer and their treatments

Cancer Care Parcel has gifts curated by a team that understands the needs of cancer patients of different ages. Safe for patients undergoing any cancer treatment, including chemo, radiotherapy and surgery. Picture of Iphone Case Iphone 13 Pro Max Case On Phone Picture of Iphone Case Iphone 13 Pro Max Case On Phone

About Cancer Care Parcel

Cancer Care Parcel provides the opportunity to buy friends, colleagues and loved ones gifts they need.  Their thoughtful, appropriate and useful cancer gifts are created in the UK by people who have had experience with cancer.

They also provide gift box donations and support to UK Cancer charities and use profit to support the cancer community.  They help drive awareness campaigns and acting on the advice of their supporters, fill gaps that are needed in the UK Cancer Community.

They never have any of the following items in a box

Religious content
Non-conventional cancer ‘cures’
Supplements which are said to ‘cure’ cancer
Shampoo or other hair products
Food (we may include natural sweeteners or items which help with dry mouth or bad mouth taste)
Anything with an overpowering smell
Anything that makes claims to cure or prevent cancer
Anything mentally or physically challenging


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