We’ve compiled a list of support groups, websites, medical experts, and other resources to help you better understand cervical cancer, the screening process, and treatments available in the North-East London area and online.

London Central Mosque Trust & The Islamic Cultural Centre

Provide religious, cultural and social life support across London and the UK.

East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre

Offer local community support and religious based counselling.

Black Women’s Health & Wellbeing Research Network

Promote the health and wellbeing of Black women through research and academic insight.

Muslim Women’s Collective

Provide ongoing community and social support to Muslim and non-Muslim women in Tower Hamlets.

Muslim Women’s Network UK

Offer insight on experiences of Muslim women and girls to help improve their rights through advocacy and campaigning.

North London Muslim Community Centre

Serve the community in North London and provide services to meet their social and welfare needs.

Muslim Women’s Council

Meeting the social and emotional needs of Muslim women across the UK.

The Muslim Council of Britain

Provide social, charitable, and professional support to Muslim communities across the UK.

Dr Anita Mitra

NHS doctor based in London with extensive experience on cervical cancer and the reproductive complications of treatment for cervical precancer.

The Eve Appeal

Leading UK national charity funding research and raising awareness into the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval, and vaginal.

British Islamic Medical Association

Offer healthcare support to Muslim healthcare professionals in the UK.

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust

UK’s leading cervical cancer charity.


Provide Islamic support and holistic advice through Islamic advisors across the UK.

UK Cervical Cancer

Facilitate programmes and provide practical resources to support women’s health and wellbeing.