"Don't be like me" Anne Brunton Speaks to Brooklands Radio In this interview with Brooklands Radio, Anne Brunton shares her Endometrial Cancer story. Anne spent 3 years meeting GP's before she was diagnosed and in this interview, she advises women like her to know the symptoms, seek medical advice and stand their ground. https://www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/podcasts/AnneBrunton2021-02-16.mp3
Mother's Day Tea Weekend Mothers Day is just around the corner and after such an unpredictable year, none of us wants to miss another celebration with our family and friends. So this Mothers Day Weekend, we’re inviting GRACE supporters across the country to host virtual or socially distanced fundraising tea parties to support women diagnosed
Cancer doesn't stop for COVID, and neither do we. So this World Cancer Day, we need your help to support women with gynaecological cancer. COVID-19 and lockdown have seriously affected the way we fundraise. The marathons, bake sales, fundraising gala's and afternoon tea's that our supporters would usually fundraise at have been cancelled or postponed.
Lorna Cattle on Tea Time With Ali Monjack During Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, Lorna Cattle made an appearance on Tea Time With Ali Monjack. Lorna was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer at the same time as finding out she was pregnant. She battled through, survived, and is looking at fertility options. Lorna is now raising awareness about
Lorna Cattle speaks to Brooklands Radio This Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, Lorna Cattle was interviewed by Brooklands Radio. In this interview, Jill Bennett talks to Lorna about going to her doctor several times with symptoms and her experience of really having to push to have a proper investigation. Lorna also talks about the importance of
Nikki's Cervical Cancer Story An interview with Brooklands Radio This Cervical Cancer Prevention Week Nikki Wildsmith was interviewed by BBC Radio Surrey and talked about her experience with cervical cancer, the impact it had on her family and the importance of not putting off the smear test.
Cervical Cancer does not stop for COVID “We’re still looking to take our cars for an MOT and keeping them in good form so why should we neglect ourselves?" “It’s January 2021, in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, and, here in UK, we are in yet another lockdown. However, I would certainly be remiss
Cervical Cancer, Fertility and The Smear Test Lorna Cattle speaks to BBC Radio Surrey This Cervical Cancer Prevention Week Lorna Cattle was interviewed by BBC Radio Surrey and talked about her experience with cervical cancer, fertility and the importance of the smear test. Read More About Cervical Cancer Prevention Week Read Lorna’s
This week is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week! Throughout the week, we will be sharing stories, interviews, facts and resources to help you learn more about Cervical Cancer and the work GRACE is doing to support women experiencing it. 3 Reasons Why Seeking Cervical Cancer Advice Early Will Make a Huge Difference Cervical Cancer is a
COVID, Chemotherapy and Caring for Patients An Interview with Clinical Nurse Specialist Maria Ashworth How does your role fit in to the patient’s journey/treatment pathway? My role as a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) is to ensure an effective and smooth pathway for gynae oncology patients, from the diagnosis through treatment and to the follow up process. I do