For Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, I have asked my aunt a few questions about her experience with cervical cancer.
In June 2015, aged just 32, Natalie Hickton was given the devastating news that she had cervical cancer.
Kat Vitou, a mother-of-two became unwell while on holiday with suspected appendicitis, but a CT scan revealed that she had ovarian cancer. This is her story.
Hey, so I am Lois and I am a 21-year-old Midwifery student from Kent.
Preeti Dudakia, now 52, was only 47 when she was diagnosed with stage three ovarian cancer.
Lady Garden Foundation supporter and PT at KXU Chelsea, Alex Lawson, has penned a poem for his teenage daughter.
Sophie’s honest, sometimes gory and often cringey blog, Gash Gossip was birthed after she had a couple of run ins with cervical abnormalities.
Laura Moses was diagnosed with stage 3C ovarian cancer. Here, she reflects on her journey thus far using the medium of poetry.
“Everyone has a story, and this is mine. My name is Dafina and I’m 39.”
Dr Larisa Corda is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with a specialist interest in Fertility.