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Welcome to The Eve Appeal blog! We use this blog to challenge taboos and help raise awareness by hearing from those 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 and people diagnosed with these diseases.

‘I miss Judith more than words can possibly describe, but I know through this book we might make a difference to someone’s life.’

Cathryn writes about losing her partner Judith to ovarian cancer and why she has released a book in her memory.

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“As someone who has a learning disability, cervical screening was a big thing for me to go and do.”

Get Lippy Ambassador, Ciara, writes about going for her cervical screening as a woman with a learning disability.

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Eve Research News- Annual screening picked up ovarian cancer earlier, but didn’t save lives

The UKCTOCS trial on annual screening for ovarian cancer published it's results today, we blog about the findings.

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Get Lippy because 1/4 of us have felt not listened to in a gynae health appointment

Get Lippy is BACK! We’re here to break down taboos around gynae health & provide expert information and advice.

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‘The Get Lippy Run will always be a favourite memory of 2020 for me.’

Sarah writes about taking part in the Get Lippy Run last year and her nanny Sheila's story with vulval cancer.

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Cervical screening can save your life- I would encourage anyone who can go for their appointment to go.

Emma tells her story of being diagnosed with stage 1a cervical cancer after her first cervical screening appointment.

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‘I thought how can I be bloated when I haven’t been able to eat anything’

Della shares her story of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer at our OCAM launch event

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‘We may not be able to change what happened to Sarah, but maybe someone else can be saved from the same outcome.’

Nikki shares her sister, Sarah's, story, who sadly passed away from Small Cell Ovarian Cancer in 2020.

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One Cancer Voice: Plotting a route out of the pandemic and towards world-leading cancer services

A statement from One Cancer Voice: Plotting a route out of the pandemic and towards world-leading cancer services

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‘I was told I would have to wait for covid to be over to have my surgery.’

Toria shares her story of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer during the pandemic for OCAM.

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