*Coronavirus- Ask Eve has had a number of questions from women on cancer treatments and their loved ones on if there are extra precautions they should be taking at the moment and how their care plan may be affected by the pandemic, we have some information around cancer on coronavirus that you can view here.*
To contact our nurse-led information service about any questions related to gynaecological health, please call us on 0808 802 0019 – which is free to call from landlines and mobile phones – or get in touch via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We provide a specialist gynaecological health information service – Ask Eve, to answer any questions you have about any gynaecological symptoms or concerns you are having, or answer any questions around gynaecological cancers. The service is run by our Gynae Cancer Nurse Specialist, Tracie Miles, and Cancer Information Officer, Karen Hobbs. Our team help women, men and non-binary people who have any type of gynae-related question, whether that’s talking about unusual vaginal discharge, the results of a pelvic examination or risks associated with hereditary cancers.
So whether you’ve been diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer, you’re worried about any gynae symptoms you or one of your friends has been having, or a friend or family member of yours has been diagnosed with a gynae cancer – Ask Eve is here to answer any of your questions.
To contact the service please call us on 0808 802 0019 – which is free to call from landlines and mobile phones within the UK and does not appear on itemised bills – or get in touch via email email@example.com.
If the phone is busy you can leave a message and the Ask Eve team will get back to you. Emails will be responded to within 3-5 working days.