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Walk 4 GRACE Thank you!

Thank you to our supporters for taking part in Walk4Grace Due to the uncertainty of COVID-19, this year’s Surrey Three Peaks Challenge was cancelled. However, our amazing GRACE supporters came together to Walk4GRACE! Across Surrey, GRACE supporters organised their routes, brought together their friends and walked, ran, rode and cycled for GRACE. Whether that was

Why Seeking Advice Early Will Make a Huge Difference

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.

Live With… Surrey Students Union!

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!

The Life Changing Importance of The Smear Test

"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

GRACE Women: Lucy Dodds

GRACE Woman Lucy Dodds, was diagnosed with cervical cancer last June after a routine cervical screening revealed abnormal cells. She shares her experience of being diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer and urges all women to attend their routine smear appointment. “2018 is not a year that I will forget in a hurry. In April 2018

2020-04-23T09:16:58+00:00Awareness, Lucy Dodds, News, Women|

Cake Sale Success

Thank you to everyone who contributed cakes for our most recent cake sale at RSCH - we made an astonishing £875. The sale was to raise awareness of the gynae cancers during Gynae Cancer Awareness Month. We did a great job of raising awareness on the day and had lots of people sign up for our next

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