3 Reasons Why seeking Cervical Cancer Advice Early Will Make a Huge Difference 1. Cervical Cancer is a preventable disease. If we can detect precancerous cells early through the Smear Test, we can prevent 75% of cancers from developing. It is estimated that the cervical screening programme (Smear Tests) saves around 5,000 lives per year.
Walk4GRACE 2020 Saturday 12th September Sadly, due to the uncertainty of COVID-19, this year’s Surrey Three Peaks Challenge has been cancelled. The cancellation of events as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has hugely affected GRACE's fundraising. Without funding, hundreds of women's lives are at risk and we simply cannot let this happen. So on
Panorama Britain’s Cancer Crisis Reaction We at GRACE have always been concerned about delayed diagnosis and the impact that COVID-19 has been having. Cancer Doctors are doing everything that they possibly can. We are Sharing one of our Royal Surrey County Hospital and GRACE Charity Doctor's reaction to the BBC Panorama episode on COVID and
Join GRACE'S Front Garden Charity Campaign! Have you been organising and decluttering during lockdown? Are you finding it difficult to get to a charity shop to donate what you no longer need? Join GRACE’s Front Garden Charity Campaign! #DeclutterAndDonate Simply leave the things you want to donate in a box in your front garden and
"If I hadn't gotten the smear test, I wouldn't have made it to see my daughters second birthday." During Cervical screening week, Emma Louise Davies, one of our brilliant GRACE Woman spoke to BBC Surrey about her Cervical Cancer experience, being diagnosed so soon after her daughter’s birth and why she believes cervical screening is
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!
Thank you Betsy Ashbourne! A huge thank you to Betsy Ashbourne for all of her work growing and championing GRACE! Betsy has been working for GRACE since it was founded in 2005 and her work has helped to bring awareness to all gynaecological cancers and facilitate research into these terrible diseases. Her presence will unequivocally
“Prevention is better than cure, 5 minutes of discomfort is better than years of treatment” During Cervical screening week, Emma Louise Davies, one of our brilliant GRACE Woman spoke to Brooklands Radio about her Cervical Cancer experience, the importance of Cervical Screening Week and why she believes no woman should miss a smear test. The
“5 minutes of embarrassment is not going to kill you, but cancer can.” During Cervical screening week, Rebecca, one of our brilliant GRACE Woman spoke to Brooklands Radio about her Cervical Cancer experience. They talked about how she thought the HPV vaccine given to girls (and now boys) in schools protected against cancer, so refused
“I hope that by the time I get to retirement, it’s a very rare cancer” During Cervical screening week, Dr Alexander Stewart a consultant at the Royal Surrey Hospital spoke to Brooklands Radio about the impact lockdown has had on cancer treatments and explained the safety precautions hospitals have put in place to keep those