One of the best ways of raising awareness is when ladies who have been through a womb cancer diagnosis share their story.
Reading information booklets and website links is all very well but to hear it from someone who has gone through it all seems to help newly diagnosed ladies much more. They understand that we are all different and there is no "one size fits all" treatment plan.
We are all different and we all react differently to treatment, be it physically, mentally or emotionally.
In 2012 I asked some of the ladies to share their stories for the blog and some of them I made into short videos that I put on our Youtube channel.
If you are willing to share your story then please get in touch. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me via the Facebook page. You would remain anonymous as I only use initials.
I hope some of you will consider sharing your story as it really does help with raising awareness.
In October of 2014, 2 of our peach sisters shared their stories with other organisations and helped raise awareness of womb cancer.
Margaret Chandler shared her story with "My Cancer Story" and a lovely young lady called Clare Callaghan was part of the 2014 Stand up to Cancer event on Channel 4.
Both of them have helped to raise awareness of womb cancer and if you would like to tell your story then please email me at email@example.com for more details.