Online clinic on gynaecology 2019
From 4 - 15 March 2019 talkhealth will team up with Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, The Eve Appeal and Womb Cancer Support UK to present an Online Clinic on Gynaecology.
The forum for this clinic is not yet available (contact us for more information)
Clinical experts will be available to answer questions about gynaecological issues including menopause, hysterectomy, pregnancy and fertility as well as questions on menstruation, endometriosis, cervical screening tests and gynae cancers.
If you would like to join us in promoting the clinic please email us for an information pack.
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Please also check our list of future clinic dates here
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust is the UK's only charity dedicated to those affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities.Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women aged 35 and under. Every year in the UK over 3,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer. In addition over 200,000 women a year are told they may have a cervical abnormality that might require treatment.
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust’s vision is a future where cervical cancer is a thing of the past.
The Eve Appeal
The Eve Appeal is dedicated to raising awareness and funds for research into all gynaecological cancers. Our current PROMISE 2016 project seeks to save lives through improved risk prediction and earlier detection of ovarian cancer.
Womb Cancer Support UK
Womb Cancer Support UK are a small voluntary organisation based on Isle of Bute off west coast of Scotland but we cover the whole of UK.
Our aim is to support women who have been diagnosed with womb cancer and also to raise much needed awareness of the most common gynaecological cancer and the 4th most common cancer in women in UK.