Get together, Go Red, help raise funds for medical research and stop women dying of embarrassment.
September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month and we want you to get together with friends, family, colleagues or your local community and Go Red. Whether that’s at home, school, work, your gym / any sports class you are part of, your church group or local park, everyone can get involved.
It’s easy – all you have to do is sign up by clicking the link above, pick a date, wear Red and raise funds for our ground-breaking medical research.
Why Go Red?
This September is all about ‘Going Red‘ for the right reasons. Too many women are going Red with embarrassment because they don’t want to talk about gynae health, they are scared to say the word vagina or talk about their period and they are uncertain of what questions to ask their GP.
We need to change this – having open and honest conversations and being gynae aware could just save a woman’s life.
By taking part in our Go Red campaign this September you can help to stop women dying from embarrassment by bringing gynaecological health to the forefront of people’s mind and helping to raise funds or our ground-breaking research into risk prediction, early detection and screening of these women-only cancers.
So whether at school, home, work or in your local community, Go Red for the right reasons this September.
To read more about the five gynaecological cancers and their signs and symptoms click here. If you would like to contact our gynaecological cancer information service, Ask Eve, which offers information and support on all five gynae cancers Freephone 0808 802 0019 (free for landlines and mobiles) or email email@example.com