What do you know about gynae related cancer? Do you know what the warning signs are? We are running an awareness survey in support of The Eve Appeal to understand both awareness levels and knowledge gaps surrounding gynae cancers.

Approximately 21,000 women are diagnosed with some form of gynaecological cancer in the UK each year. There are 5 women’s gynaecological cancers…..cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, womb cancer, vaginal cancer and vulvar cancer, however awareness of gynae cancer and its different types is astonishingly low amongst women in the UK.

At talkhealth we are looking to better understand both awareness levels and knowledge gaps in order that we can develop an educational programme to improve everyone’s understanding of these cancers from signs and symptoms to where to go for advice. At the same time we are also supporting one of our charity's, The Eve Appeal. On completion of this survey you will be sent to their website which we highly recommend as this will provide further information on all of the areas that we have covered.

This survey is open to all adults as cancer can affect all of us in one way or another.

The survey will close on 3rd April.

We truly value and appreciate your assistance and feedback. Please be assured that your personal information and direct answers will not be sent to any third parties.

The Eve Appeal: The Eve Appeal was launched in 2002 and is the only national UK charity dedicated to funding world-class research and raising awareness of all five gynaecological cancers (womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal).

In the UK, 58 women are diagnosed and 21 die each and every day from a gynaecological cancer – yet funding and awareness of these diseases remains low. We are determined to change this and fight women’s cancers by funding research focused on developing effective methods of risk prediction, earlier detection, and improved treatment and care that will ultimately save women’s lives not only in the UK but around the world.

To read more about The Eve Appeal, visit their dedicated charity page.

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