“Don’t be like me” Anne Brunton Speaks to Brooklands Radio

"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

50 Inches of Hair cut, £10,000 raised for Endometrial Cancer!

50 Inches of Hair cut, £10,000 raised for Endometrial Cancer! Last week Alex Pringle Hood went onto BBC Surrey to talk about the sponsored hair cut her and her sisters did to raise awareness for Endometrial Cancer and raise funds for vital surgical equipment and research. Together they cut 50 inches of hair which they

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,

5 Things You NEED to know about Endometrial Cancer

5 Things You NEED to know about Endometrial 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 Endometrial Cancer.

“Get Checked Out and Put Your Mind At Rest”

"If you've got any worries at all don't worry about wasting anybody's time. It's much better to have it checked out and put your mind at rest. If it's nothing, great... but if there is something, catching it early is the best thing that can happen." During Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, GRACE Woman Cathy Butcher

GRACE Women: Cathy Butcher

“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

The Pringle’s campaign for GRACE

The Pringle’s campaign for GRACE By Alex Pringle We would like to say a huge thank you to Kirsten, Lindsay, Alex and Sian for raising over £10,000 for GRACE! This summer they did a sponsored hair cut to raise awareness for Endometrial Cancer and raise funds for vital surgical equipment and research.  Read what Alex

GRACE Women: Sue Clarke

Sue Clarke's Endometrial Cancer Story 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

2021-01-07T15:14:52+00:00Awareness, News, Sue Clarke, Women|

GRACE Women: Anne Holton

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

GRACE Women: Hellen Revenko

Hellen Revenko's Endometrial Cancer Story One of our GRACE Women, Hellen Revenko visited her GP last year with some unusual symptoms and was later diagnosed with endometrial cancer. Here she shares her experience and stresses the importance of early diagnosis. “In April 2018, I was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. In January, I had seen my

2021-01-07T15:13:25+00:00Awareness, Hellen Revenko, News, Women|
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