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Cornish Mum's Appeal for More Cancer Screening

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11:46am 13th January 2012

The family of a Crowlas student who died of cervical cancer calls for younger women to get regular smear tests.

Mercedes Curnow was 20 when she first asked for help.

But the age for screening has been raised to 25 because the government says cases are rare.

Now her mum Sandra Cousins says she is setting up a group to help other women.

You can get more details here



11:46am 13th January 2012

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