Publication date: April 2010 Last updated: April 2012
Review date: April 2014
Every year many women are diagnosed with abnormal cervical cells. CIN (Cervical Intra-epithelial Neoplasia) means abnormal cells found on the surface of the cervix. CGIN (Cervical Glandular Intra-epithelial Neoplasia) means abnormal cells found on the glandular tissue in the cervix. CIN3 indicates severe changes (not cancer) affecting the full thickness of the surface layer of the cervix. We interviewed 39 women about their experiences of CIN3 or CGIN. Select from the key topics below, choose from the full list of topics, or explore all the interviews.