Blog

Welcome to The Eve Appeal blog! We hope to use this blog to challenge the taboo and help raise awareness by blogging about gynaecological cancer and hearing from brave women who have agreed to share their own experiences.

The-Eve-Appeal-Milly-Evans

Four Things You Should Have Learnt About Cancer in Sex Education

As part of Gynae Month, campaigner Milly Evans tells us what we should have learnt about cancer during sex education classes

Full article

We want you to Go Red for the right reasons this September

Flossie Skelton shares with #TeamEve her personal experience of sex education at school

Full article

For Rachael | Our ambassador and a champion for medical research

Rachael Bland was a fantastic ambassador for Eve’s work and so passionate about addressing the taboos around cancer.

Full article

The-Eve-Appeal-Milly-Evans

The need for sexual education on the curriculum

Milly Evans, a sex education campaigner, talks to us about why the current consultation around the SRE curriculum is vital

Full article

Avoiding late diagnosis of ovarian cancer

The first ever NHS ovarian cancer early detection service pilot has been announced today by the UCLH Cancer Collaborative

Full article

The-Eve-Appeal-Saks-125K-Blog-Feature

Saks Hair & Beauty brush past £125,000 in fundraising efforts

We celebrate as our amazing corporate partner, Saks Hair & Beauty, hit £125,000 fundraising target

Full article

Understanding Womb Cancer

The Eve Appeal launches a guide to help women and their families affected by womb cancer - 'Understanding womb cancer'

Full article

The-Eve-Appeal-Blog-Anatomy-Choice-Feature

Anatomy of a Choice

Jill Mueller - an artist and BRCA1 carrier, shares how she has used art and creativity to explore her medical experience

Full article

The-Eve-Appeal-Blog-Smear-Feature

Cervical screening – what every woman should know

We've asked Dr Adeola Olaitan to tell us what we need to know about cervical screening for Cervical Screening Awareness Week

Full article

Why It’s Time to Pout for a Purpose

Team Eve's CEO, Athena Lamnisos on why gynae cancers need their version of the pink ribbon.

Full article