GRACE Charity is set to take part in an upcoming event on March 30th, which promises to bring together an impressive group of women entrepreneurs at the University of Surrey, Guildford. The event will feature an expert panel of inspiring businesswomen, sharing their insights on entrepreneurship and their journey to success.
The Kent Surrey-Sussex School (KSS) of Obstetrician and Gynaecology conference, held in partnership with the National Health Service (NHS), took place on March 24th in Brighton and attracted medical professionals, cancer researchers, and representatives from charitable organizations across the country. Among the attendees were representatives from GRACE Charity, including Sara Willcocks,
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GRACE’s contribution to Da Vinci Robot project leads to successful surgeries for uterine cancer patients
On the 18th of February 2023, our very own Simon Butler-Manuel, chair of GRACE, played a pivotal role alongside Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust Gynaecological Oncology team in performing robotic-assisted surgical procedures for three women with uterine cancer! It is noteworthy that GRACE contributed partial funding to the Da Vinci Robot
We are pleased to announce that the Winter 2021 edition of the GRACE Newsletter is now available to read. In this month's newsletter, we cover Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, research updates and how you can fundraise for GRACE on Mother's Day. To read the newsletter in PDF form, please click here: Winter 2021 Newsletter. If
We are pleased to announce that the September 2020 edition of the GRACE Newsletter is now available to read. In this month's newsletter, we discuss the new MIRRORS Study and all the amazing fundraising challenges that have been undertaken to support GRACE. To read the newsletter in PDF form, please click here: September 2020 Newsletter.
At GRACE we know how important it is to stay healthy and keep moving, especially during these restrictive times. With the help of our GRACE Community, we are launching 'Move with GRACE' – fun regular workouts beamed to your living room via our YouTube channel! Dance instructor and passionate GRACE fundraiser, Pandy Dean, launched our
Ecclesiastical Movement for Good are awarding 500 charities £1,000! Please help us to be one of these charities by nominating GRACE now. Your nomination really counts. £1,000 will make a real difference to GRACE and the research and awareness work we do into Gynaecological Cancers. Please visit movementforgood.com and click ‘nominate now’. You will need
We are pleased to announce that the May 2020 edition of the GRACE Newsletter is now available to read. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, we have decided to release a special edition to share more information on the subject. In our regular newsletter, you can catch up with all the latest goings-on and news
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
Simon Butler-Manuel, Senior Consultant Gynaecologist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford, and founder of GRACE, talks to Lesley McCabe at BBC Radio Surrey, and urges women to ensure they get treatment during the Corona Virus outbreak. The health service is under pressure but other conditions still need to be taken seriously as nature