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Spot the Signs of Cervical Cancer 

Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in females in the UK, with over 3000 cases being diagnosed each year, according to Cancer Research. Survival rates for this type of cancer are lower than some – around 61% of those diagnosed will survive 5 years or more. Yet if caught early

5 things you should know about HPV

Although most HPV infections go away on their own over time, some infections can’t be cleared by our immune systems meaning they can hang around long enough to damage the DNA in infected cells.

Discussing HPV with your partner

No two relationships are the same, nor is the HPV conversation. Sadly, we seek the advice of friends and the internet. Dr. Pine outlines the best way to have the HPV chat with your partner.

We're taking action with innovation, not just talking!

We're putting our talent where our mouth is and making scientific advancements in HPV testing to go with the education.

We’re the first to do what we do! We are developing the first high-risk HPV at-home test kit to help eliminate cervical cancer and prevent all HPV related cancers in men and women, globally.

🌎 1 in 3

Cervical cancer screening invites are ignored

🌎 79%

Invasive cervical cancers are attributed to HPVs 16 or 18

🌎 45

Homosexual men are entitled to a free HPV vaccination up to 45 years of age


🌎 853

of 3791 diagnosed will die from cervical cancer each year in the UK

🌎 30-34

Year old's are at highest risk of cervical cancer diagnosis

🌎 99.8%

99.8% of cervical cancers are preventable


The brains behind the innovation

Angela Pine is an accomplished molecular engineer with a proven track record, working at the forefront of scientific innovation. Angela has developed novel technologies such as a gene therapy for prostate cancer, as well as a diagnostic for SARS-CoV-2.

She now turns her attention to women’s health as Founder of 10zyme, a femtech start up committed to developing more accessible diagnostics and democratising healthcare.

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Discussing HPV with your partner

No two relationships are the same. What one couple discusses openly and honestly can leave another fearful of negative repercussions. We often make our closest friends our source of advice and guidance when it comes to matters of the heart. Some of us even resort to searching the internet for answers. Angela gives insight into the best way to approach your partner.

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Shop our Spring Collection

Improve your street cred' with our Prevention Revolution shirts, beanies and more. New products will added weekly. So keep watching our social channels.

These beautiful designs not only make a positive fashion statement, but they will make a positive impact on the development our at-home noninvasive HPV test. All proceeds will go toward the cost of development and packaging.


Cervical Cancer Prevention Guide

Download your free Cervical Cancer Prevention Guide to understand more about cancer, what causes it and how to spot the signs. We highlight what happens in a cervical screening appointment and how to prepare. We also introduce you 10zyme’s Prevention Revolution and how you can be part of it.

Donate to the project

Our crowdfunding options include direct PayPal or via our project listing on as well as buying our branded merchandise where all proceeds go toward our goal.




Become 10zyme's Preventionist

You can make a real difference in the world with your current influence. Join the Prevention Revolution and become one of 10zyme's prized Preventionists. We've created a full toolkit to make it easier to follow our message. We provide the playbook, logos, images and messaging to help guide and inspire your own Prevtionists messages.

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"I worked with Angela Pine at a cervical cancer charity where we collaborated on communications and awareness. The project she is proposing is long overdue. I sincerely believe her work will fundamentally impact cervical cancer prevention as it sits now. Angela’s project is not only for science but to also give control back to the women who aren’t able to attend a screening invitation."


"This is a really interesting and exciting project that could absolutely see traction in the NHS and could really help to efficiently serve an important cohort of patients, and offer wider ranging application in women's health. Angela is a really compelling founder with great experience and has the pedigree to build something fantastic." -


The First of its Kind!


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