Jill Bennett, from Brooklands Radio, talks to Dr Kavitha Madhuri and three gynaecological cancer patients about their experiences. In an hour-long special programme, broadcast by Brooklands Radio on Gynaecological cancers, Jill Bennett interviews Dr Kavitha Madhuri from the Royal Surrey County Hospital, and cancer patients Lucy Dodds, Paula Jarvis and Jo-Ann Williamson. Dr Kavitha Madhuri
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Senior Registrar, Kavitha Madhuri, will be taking part in the Easter Walk on 31st March. Here, she explains why: "On Saturday 31st March, I will be taking part in the Easter Walk on behalf of GRACE. Setting off from Windosr, I will be walking along the River Thames for 25km, enjoying the beautiful countryside and
“The moral of this story is that if you feel like something isn’t right, get it checked out.” Cathy’s Endometrial Cancer Story So, this is my journey which started in June 2017. At the age of 49, I thought I was just going through the start of the menopause as I had read so much
Live With... Surrey Students Union for Cervical Screening Week! During Cervical Screening Awareness Week, we held a live Q&A with Lizzie Rodulson the incoming University of Surrey Students Union President (and a newly qualified nurse), Dr Kavitha Madhuri a gynae oncology doctor and Lucy Dodds a cervical cancer survivor. Watch the interview below!
Cervical Cancer is A Preventable Disease "If we detect early and treat these precancerous cells, we can prevent 75% of the cancer from developing. Cervical Cancer is a preventable disease." This week is Cervical Screening Awareness Week, so we’ll be sharing interviews and stories of GRACE Women who were diagnosed with Cervical Cancer and highlighting
Diagnosed with Cervical Cancer in the Midst of COVID-19 Rebecca's Emotional Story "My life stood still on the 25th of March. Exactly 6 weeks after my Lletz and two days after the lockdown was put in place. The last place I wanted to be was in hospital so it was agreed that I would have
Emma's Emotional Cervical Cancer Journey "I felt like the chair was swallowing me up. My husband and I were in complete disbelief. We were both frightened, scared and lost. The only thing we knew was that from this moment life wouldn’t be the same." It all began back in July 2013 after giving birth to
"I didn't have any Symptoms" The Life-Changing Importance of The Smear Test "It’s either 5 minutes of discomfort and embarrassment, or, and let’s be quite frank about it, you can die. 21 woman die every day of Cervical Cancer. 18,000 woman a year are diagnosed. Every time I think about how I was treated and
A devastating 180,000 woman die each year from Ovarian Cancer, knowing the symptoms can save your life "We should not put it off...If you're worried, pick up the phone and talk to your GP" Dr. Kavitha Madhuri talks about World Ovarian Cancer Day and raising awareness of this terrible disease. May 8th was World Ovarian
A big thank you to Emma Louise Davies who was interviewed by Allison Ferns at BBC Radio Surrey this week. Emma, who has previously been treated for cervical cancer, started experiencing concerning symptoms during lockdown. She was keen to speak to a consultant, but didn't want to visit the Royal Surrey Hospital. Emma was