no but she has raised awarenessabout cervical cancer amongst young women who normally have an aversion to being probed . It would seem that numbers of younger women rocking up to clinic to be screened for this type of cancer has risen in the last months by 20%. Things like this being in the media do actually raise awareness as a lot of people identify with it. There was a case of a young woman in her 20s here who died from skin cancer that had spread and her story was featured on less desirable"news" programmes, magazines and oyther media. The young do think they are immune to many things and cervical cancer if caught early enough is one of the most curable.