... cervical cancer, particularly among 'hard to reach' groups of women who default on screening and vaccination services. This project examines whether the huge media interest and newspaper coverage of Jade Goody's cervical cancer translates into useful educational information about cervical cancer and its prevention.
Jade Cerisa Lorraine Goody (5 June – 22 March 2009) was an English celebrity. She came into the public spotlight while appearing on the third series of the then Channel 4 reality TV programme Big Brother in 2002, an appearance which led to her own television programmes and the launch of her own products after her eviction from the show. In 2003, following her public appearance in Big Brother, Goody was voted by the public as the fourth worst Briton in the British TV station Channel 4's 100 Worst Britons as inspired by the BBC series 100 Greatest Britons.
[Now Magazine Online] - The former Big Brother contestant first dumped Jade Goody's widower in June 2010, but the unlikely pair have been reconciled again and again. Chanelle and Jack, 25, split in November 2010, got back together - briefly - in May 2011, then were reunited
[The Sun] - TWISTED Internet trolls have sparked outrage with a sick Facebook group called 'Cancer is funny because people die' - accompanied by a picture of tragic victim Jade Goody. More than 4,000 people have 'Liked' the sickening post which features a string
[The Independent (blog)] - Stupidity appears to have been a trait that's been in vogue ever since Big Brother contestant Jade Goody first asked whether “East Angular” was abroad and the nation were enamoured with her. Since, many lovable real-life characters have found their way
[This is Plymouth] - Just look at what happened to Victoria, Jade Goody and Jordan! Why bother with the hassle of applying yourself to your studies when you can achieve it all and more by a lucky and lucrative break into the dream world of celebrity? Tragically, there is
[Yahoo! omg! UK] - What should have been a great series due to its impressive line-up (with the likes of Dirk Benedict, Jermaine Jackson and the return of Jade Goody all on board) ended up being the most controversial series of all time. Viewers looked on in horror as