Good News for the MIRRORS study 

Update From The Researcher Desk: Good News for the MIRRORS study  MIRRORS, an exciting trial conceived by Mr Butler-Manuel, (Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology and Director of Gynae-oncology Robotic Surgical Epicentre), and run by Christina Uwins (Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotic Gynaecological Oncology) in Guildford seeks to provide advanced ovarian cancer surgery with Robotics, slashing

Update From The Researcher Desk: Groundbreaking MIRRORS study

Update From The Researcher Desk: Groundbreaking MIRRORS study at the Gynae-oncology Robotic Surgical Epicentre in Guildford By Christina Uwins MIRRORS – Robotic surgery for advanced ovarian cancer to improve recovery and quality of life following surgery. MIRRORS, an exciting trial conceived by Mr Butler-Manuel, (Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology and Director of Gynae-oncology Robotic Surgical Epicentre),

Groundbreaking MIRRORS Study Featured on BBC Surrey

MIRRORS Study on BBC Radio Surrey With Simon Butler-Manuel and Christina Uwins Mr Simon Butler-Manuel, the founder of GRACE, and Dr Christina Uwins a Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotics, went onto BBC Radio Surrey to talk about the groundbreaking MIRRORS study and give helpful advice about knowing the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

This month is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month! Throughout the month, we will be sharing stories, interviews, facts and resources to help you learn more about ovarian cancer and the work GRACE is doing to support women experiencing it. Ovarian Cancer. Know the signs & take action – it could save your life. Pandy says, “I

Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance teams up with GRACE

Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance teams up with GRACE This Ovarian Cancer month, we've teamed up with Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance (SSCA) to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer and encourage women to seek medical help sooner. According to the SSCA, women across Surrey and Sussex are being diagnosed at a much

5 Things You NEED to know about Ovarian Cancer

5 Things You NEED to know about Ovarian Cancer Throughout the month of September, we’ll be sharing facts and resources about different types of gynaecological cancer to raise awareness and understanding. Today we want to help you better understand the origins, symptoms and diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer.     

GRACE Women: Jo-Ann Williamson

Jo-Ann Williamson Shares Her Story With Brooklands Radio "There are days that I have dark feelings and worry about the future but having the support of charities such as GRACE really does help, it makes a huge difference." In this interview with Brooklands Radio, one of our lovely GRACE Women Jo-Ann Williamson shares her Ovarian

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

From The Researcher’s Desk: Dr Praveena Idaikkadar

Researcher: Dr Praveena Idaikkadar Supervisor: Dr Agnieszka Michael Ovarian cancer is the rarest of the gynaecological cancers and yet it is also the most lethal, it is the 5th leading cause of cancer-related death among women. In the UK, over 7000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year. Most of these women will have

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GRACE Women: Pandy Dean

Pandy Dean's Ovarian Cancer Story GRACE Woman Pandy Dean has been passionate about fundraising for GRACE since her ovarian cancer diagnosis in 2016. Here, she describes her experience of ovarian cancer and explains why increased awareness of the disease is so essential. “I had my surgery in September 2016. Prior to that I was really

2021-01-07T15:22:42+00:00Awareness, News, Pandy Dean, Women|
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