A big thank you to Emma Louise Davies who was interviewed by Allison Ferns at BBC Radio Surrey this week. Emma, who has previously been treated for cervical cancer, started experiencing concerning symptoms during lockdown. She was keen to speak to a consultant, but didn't want to visit the Royal Surrey Hospital. Emma was
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From Dr Kavitha Madhuri, MD - Gynaeoncologist with the RSCH Team, GRACE Researcher We are currently facing an invisible enemy. Unprecedented times that none of us have ever seen in our medical careers. We have the training, the will and the determination to get our patients and our community through this. While I write my
From the Researcher’s Desk: HOX Gene Study GRACE would like to introduce you to Dr Praveena Idaikkadar who is a medical oncologist working with Dr. Michael in St Luke’s Cancer Centre and carrying out GRACE funded research, supervised by Dr. Agnieszka Michael, into the treatment of Ovarian cancer. In Praveena’s words - Ovarian Cancer
Thank you to everyone who bought and baked for the GRACE Christmas Cake and Product sale held at RSCH last Wednesday 20 November. We had a great day taking just over £1,000. We had a wonderful selection of donated cakes and biscuits including some traditional Czech Christmas Biscuits and Cream Horns made by Monika Urbova's
Bridget Green's Vulval Cancer Story Before I begin my story, let me tell you about myself. My name is Bridget, I was 71 when diagnosed with cancer of the vulva and until that point had a healthy life. I had been suffering with Lichen Sclerosus for a few years. This condition effects the vaginal areas.
Anne Holton's Endometrial Cancer Story Our lovely GRACE Woman, Anne Holton, has shared her experience of endometrial cancer and her treatment via robotic surgery at the RSCH. “My story began in February 2018, when at the end of a routine visit to the doctor I happened to say “Oh by the way, I am experiencing
Cake Sale raises awareness of Endometrial Cancer and over £600 funding for GRACE. Many thanks for supporting the GRACE cake sale at RSCH to raise awareness of Endometrial Cancer on Thursday 19th September. We made £635, which is a great total! Special thanks to everyone who made or bought cakes including Felicity Comber, Cathi Dallyn,
Since the “Beast from the East” paid us a visit last year, I have been wondering since the beginning of the year about what February would be like. Surprisingly, as I write this article, the sun is shining and we are lulled into warmth heralding the arrival of spring. March is “Ovarian Cancer Awareness” month
On Sunday 5th May, Haslemere experienced a magical afternoon. Roger Macdivitt, a GRACE fundraiser and awareness promoter arranged for twenty-two families and friends to share in a scavenger hunt and treasure trail across the fields and woodlands of Haslemere’s Swanbarn Farm. Registration was overseen by a wizard who cast a good weather spell and
Thank you to everyone who provided cakes or gifts for our fundraising table at RSCH on Thursday 3 May. We had amazing day and raised £537.00 for GRACE. Special thanks to Maria Hobbs, Chris Cook, Sue Permanand, Suzi Hutt, Amanda Borlase, Sophie Otter, Maria Ashworth, The Love Bean Cafe, Kavitha Madhuri and for all the