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We are interested in hearing about your experiences with one or more of these 3 screening services

  1. Cervical Screening: All women and people with a cervix between the ages of 25 and 64 should go for regular cervical screening. You'll get a letter in the post inviting you to make an appointment. If you are between the ages of 25 and 49 you should attend a screening appointment once every 3 years. It's once every 5 years if you are aged 50 to 64.
  2. Breast Screening: You'll automatically get your first invite for breast screening between the ages of 50 and 53. Then you'll be invited every 3 years until you turn 71. If you're a trans man, trans woman, or are non-binary you may be invited automatically, or you may need to talk to your GP surgery or call the local breast screening service to ask for an appointment.
  3. Bowel Cancer Screening: Currently available to everyone aged 60 to 74 years (and within the next four years to everyone aged 50 to 59 years). There is no appointment. You will be sent a home test kit every 2 years. You send a small sample of poo to a lab, where they check it for tiny amounts of blood.

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* 1. Are you an Islington resident or registered with an Islington GP?

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* 2. On which type of screening are you giving feedback?
If you would like to tell us about more than one type of screening you can complete the survey more than once.

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