Minaxi is one of hundreds of incredible volunteers who have given her time, energy and skills to help improve the lives of people affected by cancer. She is one who provides practical support and care to people affected by the disease, and also encourages volunteers to use their life/career experiences in their volunteering roles. Her voluntary involvement in community work included spreading awareness of cervical and breast cancer prevention among women of Indian, Pakistani, Afro-Caribbean, Nepalese and Chinese origins. She throws an equal amount of energy and enthusiasm at her fundraising activities, which are impressive and varied. She has worked tirelessly to improve screening programmes for cervical cancer both in the UK and in the developing world and was at the forefront to breakthroughs in research at the MRI. She is nationally and internationally recognised for her clinical and research work all over the world. She also gives her voluntary services all over the world especially in the developing world to bring down cervical cancer death rates. She was proud to have been at the forefront of the research which had helped the UK screening programme for cervical cancer become one of the best in the world. She has gone an extra mile by using her annual leave to serve communities that will continue to make a difference in many years to come. She is dedicated and is an inspiration to all who know how much time and energy she commits to achieve an ultimate result.