We are so much more that just an online support group and although I work very hard to try and raise the profile of womb cancer and spread the word it sometimes seems like I am banging my head against a brick wall.
I wish that there was as much time and exposure given to womb cancer as there is to ovarian and cervical cancer.
I also wish I knew why womb cancer isn't seen as being as worthy a cause as other cancers.
Cancer is cancer and we deserve the same respect. We are Mothers, Sisters, Wives, Daughters, Aunts, Nieces and Grandmothers.
According to CRUK there are 26 women diagnosed with womb cancer every day in UK.
We deserve to be listened to and one way or another we will be. The more of us there are, the louder our voice will be.
We may not have money for flashy advertising or be able to organise "celeb" tea parties but we care deeply about what we are doing and will continue to work alongside the wonderful women who come to us and despite having been diagnosed with womb cancer, they are as determined as I am to get womb cancer the recognition it needs.
xx Kaz xx