As a womb cancer survivor I realised that there was very little specific support out there for women going through womb cancer, so I started an online support group.
Based on Facebook with a main page and also a private chat page we have slowly grown and now there are over 870 on the main page and 117 in the private chat group.
But we are more than just a support group.
It soon became apparent that there was very little out there about womb cancer - indeed many of the women who are in the group had said that they had never heard of womb cancer before they got their diagnosis.
So we began to raise awareness as well as offer support to those women who had been diagnosed.
We are raising awareness of the signs and symptoms in the hope of getting other women to be womb aware and know what to look out for.
One of the ways we do this is by encouraging women to share their story by writing for our blog.
We have featured around a dozen stories from womb cancer survivors - women who bravely shared their stories in order to help raise awareness.
We are also on Twitter and network with a lot with other cancer charities and support groups to help raise awareness of womb cancer.
If you are going through womb cancer, or know someone who is. then please feel free to come and join us.
We are on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/WombCancerSupportUK but we also have a website and you can follow us on twitter here https://twitter.com/WombCancerUK
There is strength in numbers and we need to raise the profile of womb cancer so that there is the same level of awareness about it as there is for other female cancers.
Our motto is - No one fights alone!
xx Kaz xx