Welcome to The Eve Appeal blog! We use this blog to challenge taboos and help raise awareness by hearing from women who have been affected by gynaecological cancers, the people who love them and the healthcare professionals and scientists who are working every day to improve the situation for women diagnosed with these diseases.

Linda Celebrates her 11 Make Time for Tea Parties

This year will mark Linda’s 12th Make Time for Tea party for OCAM, she blogs about what the event means to her

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Let’s Talk Lynch- The importance of talking openly and honestly

Shelley blogs about having bowel and womb cancer and finding out she has Lynch Syndrome

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10 Years of Eve Funded Research

Our Comms Officer, Lydia, looks back at ten years of The Eve Appeal funded research.

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We need to check our vulvas and be aware of any changes

Sarah tells us her story of VIN and why she wants everyone to know their normal and check their vulva

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We look back at our year of ovarian cancer research

Our Comms Officer, Lydia, looks back over 2019 and reflects on our progresses in ovarian cancer research

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Self sampling cervical screening test might be one step closer

Our Comms Officer, Lydia, discusses research announcement about self testing for HPV

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‘We believe in a workplace where all of our staff feel supported and included.’

Robyn Grew, COO of Man Group, writes about why signing up to The EveryWoman Promise is so important to her.

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Katharine Gale

Elephant in the Womb

Nurse Consultant, Katharine Gale, blogs about the importance of raising awareness of womens health in the workplace.

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The ‘EveryGirl Project’ Will Save Lives And Shake Up RSE

Laura Coryton blogs about why better sex education is needed and how The EveryGirl Project will break down taboos.

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Genetic testing for all breast cancer patients at point of diagnosis could save lives

Eve research news: Multi-gene testing at the point of breast cancer diagnosis would be cost effective and save lives

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