Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer

March is the month we raise awareness of Ovarian cancer, discuss the symptoms, promote early diagnoses and raise important issues such as funding and inequalities. More than 93% of women with ovarian cancer survive the disease for five years or more if caught early....

HPV vaccine for adults

Currently in England, both girls and boys are offered the HPV vaccine between 12 and 13 years of age. Vaccinating before our young adults become sexually active is very important but not necessary. Although HPV is usually passed from person to person by sexual...

Britain’s obesity crisis

Obesity is being branded “the new smoking” as it has now become the second biggest cause of cancer. Posing further risks to health, with deadly diseases such as type two diabetes and heart disease, NHS England have now demanded action should be taken to tackle the...

Bowel Cancer – Know the signs

Bowel Cancer – Know the signs Bowel cancer is the 4th most common cancer, and the 2nd deadliest killer. Taking over 16,000 lives each year. It affects over 41,000 people in the UK, 94 percent of that figure being the over 50’s. So how can we lower the...