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
During Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, Emma Louise Davies was featured on Tea Time with Ali Monjack where she talked about her experience of being diagnosed with Cervical Cancer and then undergoing a Hysterectomy during the lockdown in May. Listen to Emma’s interview to find out more: Read Emma’s Story: https://grace-charity.org.uk/grace-women-emma/ Find out more
"It's crucial for women to go and get tested. It's 2 minutes of pain instead of years of pain." During Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, GRACE Woman Emma Louise Davies appeared on the podcast Tea Time with Ali Monjack and talked about her journey with Cervical Cancer. She talked about her personal story of being diagnosed
5 Things You NEED To Know About Cervical Cancer Throughout the month of September, we’ll be sharing facts and resources about different types of Gynaecological to raise awareness and understanding. Today we want to help you better understand the origins, symptoms and diagnosis of Cervical Cancer. Click through to find out more!
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.
"If I hadn't gotten the smear test, I wouldn't have made it to see my daughters second birthday." During Cervical screening week, Emma Louise Davies, one of our brilliant GRACE Woman spoke to BBC Surrey about her Cervical Cancer experience, being diagnosed so soon after her daughter’s birth and why she believes cervical screening is
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!
“Prevention is better than cure, 5 minutes of discomfort is better than years of treatment” During Cervical screening week, Emma Louise Davies, one of our brilliant GRACE Woman spoke to BBC Surrey about her Cervical Cancer experience, the importance of Cervical Screening Week and why she believes no woman should miss a smear test. The
“5 minutes of embarrassment is not going to kill you, but cancer can.” During Cervical screening week, Rebecca, one of our brilliant GRACE Woman spoke to Brooklands Radio about her Cervical Cancer experience. They talked about how she thought the HPV vaccine given to girls (and now boys) in schools protected against cancer, so refused
6 Things You NEED To Know About Cervical Cancer 1. What is cervical cancer? The cervix is the neck of the womb. Cancer can develop within the cervix. Precancerous changes can occur before cancer develops which may be reversible. These can be detected with cervical screening. 2. How common is cervical cancer? Cervical cancer is