I said yes and the resulting booklets have just gone live on the Macmillan website. http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Aboutus/Ouresearchandevaluation/Researchandevaluation/RichPictures/Richpictures.aspx
The 7th one down, entitled The Rich Picture of people living with cancer of the uterus, is the result.
The booklets are primarily aimed at Macmillan staff, cancer care professionals etc and the aim is to help them better understand the needs and experiences of people living with cancer.
Its a bit different from the usual Macmillan information booklets in that the printed version runs to some 60+ A4 pages but it is full of statistics about real women who have gone through womb cancer (cancer of the uterus!)
Incidentally, I asked why they had used that particular term and and the reply received was that it was because they had used the Thames Cancer Data Registry to find out the top ten most prevelant cancers, and on the registry they had it named as "cancer of the uterus" so thats the term they went with!
I feel very privileged to have been asked and hope that the booklet will help to shape the future care of women with womb cancer.
xx Kaz xx