About Peaches Womb Cancer Trust
Peaches Womb Cancer Trust was founded in 2020 by a team of enthusiastic and dedicated researchers, doctors and nurses based at St. Mary’s Hospital in Manchester, who work alongside Professor Emma Crosbie. Prof. Crosbie has dedicated her career to developing early detection tests, cancer prevention and treatment strategies for endometrial (womb) cancer.
At Peaches Womb Cancer Trust, our aim is to preserve the health and improve the experience of those with or at risk of womb cancer and their families.
We aim to do this by:
carrying out womb cancer research
training health care professionals
providing patient education and support resources
We are a new charity with a vision to expand our role and purpose as we grow over the coming years.
Peaches provides equality of services and care to everyone, regardless of people’s age, disability, gender, gender identity, race, religion or belief or sexual orientation
One of our main aims is to raise funds for research into womb cancer, principally undertaken within the womb cancer research team at the University of Manchester.
Your funding will assist with our ongoing research into womb cancer prevention and treatment.
Your funding will help us support those who have been affected by womb cancer.
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November Newsletter Peaches TrustPeaches Womb Cancer Trust is One! Happy birthday to us! Welcome to our first newsletter...we're pleased to report there is a lot to cover, so we hope you're sitting comfortably! Raising Awareness Raising public...
A Survivor - Twice! A poem by CarolIt’s 2019 and life is good. Going to the Breast Unit, I was quite blasé- This was going to be just another day When what I’d felt would be checked; I’d go away, once more relieved, and life happily not wrecked. Oh no! Not this...
Karen Patient StoriesHello my name is Karen. I’m 51 years old and I was diagnosed with stage 1, grade 2 womb cancer in February 2021. It all started back in December 2020. I had never had regular periods as I had polycystic ovary syndrome, so when I started a heavy...
Jenny Patient StoriesHi everyone, My name is Jenny and I would like to share my womb cancer journey with you for two reasons. Firstly, I had symptoms for quite some time before I visited my doctor and secondly, despite a very worrying diagnosis of a grade 3 aggressive...
Debby Patient StoriesI just thought I was heading towards the menopause! I have a small group of local friends who I’ve known for over 25 years since we met in our 20s. When the pandemic hit we started having regular Zoom calls to catch up for a gossip and enjoy some...
Nicola Patient StoriesMy name is Nicola and I'm 45 years old. Too young for womb cancer, right? If I had a pound for every time I’d heard that I'd be able to retire. For many years I’d had extremely heavy periods. I had one contraceptive pill after another, then...
Sarah and Sally Patient StoriesWe are very honoured to feature Sarah Shapcott and her mum Sally Spencer as our first story in the patient voices series. Sally has been diagnosed with stage four endometrial cancer and has been wiggling away to raise awareness and...
Welcome to Peaches Womb Cancer Trust Welcome to the home of Peaches Womb Cancer Trust! My name is Dr Helen Clarke and it is my privilege to write the first blog post and I’m thrilled to report it’s about our first success. Earlier this year I was approached by my...
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