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Thank you Anne Brunton!

Thank you Anne Brunton! We want to say a huge thank you to Anne Brunton who raised a phenomenal £2,412.69 for GRACE by shaving her hair during Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month! Read her story here:  “I was diagnosed with Stage 3 endometrial cancer during lockdown at the very beginning of April. Well, sort of. Initially,

Goodness Gracious Tea Weekend 2020

Goodness Gracious Tea Weekend 2020 This October we're inviting GRACE supporters across the country to host virtual or socially distanced fundraising tea parties (following the rule of 6) to support women diagnosed with gynaecological cancers. Bake some delicious cake, make some coffee and host your own virtual or socially distanced Goodness Gracious Tea Party! Visit

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

Dr Kavitha Madhuri and Patients Speak To Brooklands Radio

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

2020-05-22T11:22:48+00:00Awareness|

GRACE Founder Simon Butler-Manuel Talks To BBC Radio Surrey

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

2020-05-14T13:47:22+00:00Awareness|

Ovarian Cancer. Know the signs & take action – it could save your life.

Ovarian Cancer. Know the signs & take action – it could save your life. May 8th is World Ovarian Cancer Awareness Day, and with 7,400 UK women diagnosed each year resulting in 4,100 deaths from the disease – that’s 11 wonderful women lost a day – it’s our mission at GRACE to raise awareness so

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