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What You Need To Know About Gynaecological Cancer

What You Need To Know About Gynaecological Cancer 1. There are five types of Gynaecological Cancer Vulval Cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects the vulva, the outside parts of the female genitals. Ovarian cancer is a loosely used term that encompasses gynaecological cancer arising from the ovaries, tubes and peritoneum. Endometrial

Cathy’s Endometrial Cancer Story

“The moral of this story is that if you feel like something isn’t right, get it checked out.” Cathy Butcher'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

Emma’s Emotional Cervical Cancer Journey

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

Madeleine Townsend

The wonderful Madeleine Townsend passed away in October last year after suffering from a rare and unusually aggressive form of endometrial cancer. Here, her loving husband Peter Townsend talks about her diagnosis, treatment, and her inspiringly positive passion for life. “I am a retired gynaecologist and I worked closely with GRACE founder Simon Butler-Manuel. When

2020-03-03T13:16:31+00:00Women|

GRACE Women: Sue Clarke

Ex midwife and GRACE Woman, Sue Clarke, was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in 2016. Here, she shares her experience of being diagnosed and treated for a gynaecological cancer, and how her passion for baking cakes made her get involved with GRACE. “For me, everything happened very very quickly. It was 2016 and we’d recently got

2020-03-09T13:53:57+00:00Awareness, News, Sue Clarke, Women|

GRACE Women: Madeleine Townsend

The wonderful Madeleine Townsend passed away in October last year after suffering from a rare and unusually aggressive form of endometrial cancer. Here, her loving husband Peter Townsend talks about her diagnosis, treatment, and her inspiringly positive passion for life. “I am a retired gynaecologist and I worked closely with GRACE founder Simon Butler-Manuel. When

2020-02-18T09:52:07+00:00Awareness, News, Women|

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|
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