Here is where you'll find all the latest updates from The Eve Appeal; from research updates within the national media, to awareness and fundraising examples of our amazing supporters, both in national and regional media.
Daily Express: Vulval cancer symptoms – Seven signs YOU be suffering from cancer of the vulva
Vulval cancer affects more than 1,300 people in the UK every year, but few people know the symptoms of the condition or what the risk factors of the conditions are; with The Eve Appeal quoted in reference to their study which highlighted women were unable to label a vulva on an anatomical diagram.
The Independent: Gynaecological cancers – the diseases affecting women which come with easily mistakable symptoms
Ask Eve's Information Officer, Karen Hobbs shares her experience of being diagnosed with cervical cancer at 24; whilst Ask Eve Information Nurse, Tracie Miles talks to The Independent about how a diagnosis is made and how it can be difficult due to the vague symptoms and associations with other conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome.
NetDoctor: The female cancers you might not have heard of
NetDoctor spoke with Ask Eve gynaecological cancer nurse specialist, Tracie Miles, who shared the five she wishes you knew about gynaecological cancers, as well as answering some common questions she's often asked.
Huffington Post: Womb cancer – The fourth most common cancer among UK women
The Huffington Post puts a spotlight on womb cancer, one of the lesser-known gynaecological cancers utilising information from The Eve Appeal; encouraging women to be aware of the associated signs and symptoms.
GoodHousekeeping: Regular blood tests could spot ovarian cancer early
New research, co-funded by The Eve Appeal might help women at high-risk of developing ovarian cancer. Having a blood test every four months could help women at high-risk of ovarian cancer because doctors would identify tumours earlier.
Check every four months for women who are at high risk of ovarian cancer can detect nine in ten cases according to latest research from University College London as part of the UK Familial Ovarian Cancer Screening Study (UK FOCSS)
‘Stop ignoring the clitoris’: Making sex education about pleasure
More women are watching porn and sending sexts than ever before, yet few can distinguish their vagina from their vulva, or know where their clitoris is.
Ignorance about female genitalia is so widespread that almost half of women cannot label their vagina on an anatomical diagram. Sixty per cent of women do not know where their vulva is, according to research from gynaecological cancer charity The Eve Appeal.