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Gynaecological cancer and coronavirus information hub launched

This is a particularly difficult time to be living with a gynaecological cancer, or to be experiencing any worrying symptoms.

Decisions are being made across the NHS which impact cancer care, screening programmes and GP appointments, and women and their families are understandably worried and confused. We have seen a big spike in calls to our nurse-led gynae information service, Ask Eve, with coronavirus related questions.


We have developed a cancer and coronavirus information hub, so that people can access up to date and accurate information on gynaecological cancer pathways, from first investigation of symptoms through to follow up post treatment, as well as information on the national cervical screening programme. 


We will be continually reviewing this information and making any updates as they are announced. We are working on further information around gynaecological cancers and coronavirus.


Our nurse-led information service, Ask Eve, is here to answer any questions relating to gynaecological health, and is completely free and confidential. People can contact Ask Eve by emailing or calling 0808 802 0019.


Help us share our information so that it gets to the people who need it by sharing it on social media:

‘If you have any questions around gynaecological cancer care or screening and the impact of coronavirus, @eveappeal have created some FAQs on their cancer and coronavirus hub:’


‘Check out @eveappeal’s cancer and coronavirus hub for up to date, expert information on gynaecological cancer care during the pandemic:’

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