Posted by kathryn on September 20, 2012
Hello Ladies, I would like to talk to you today about my up and coming Mentoring Through Menopause Boot Camp. This is the first of its kind in the UK. I am working tirelessly to lift the taboos over discussion of the menopause and have found a new way to empower women to enjoy […]
Posted by kathryn on June 26, 2012
We all remember the death of Jade Goody back in 2009 and the lasting affect it has had on women and their concerns about this deadly disease. Well, despite cervical screening saving approximately 5,000 lives per year in the U.K. alone, there is still a large number (20 pct) of women who are not being […]
Posted by kathryn on April 10, 2012
My interview with Gill Burgess tells you everything you ever wanted to know about this silent killer; cervical smears – why they’re important and much much more. Gill Burgess is the Cancer Screening Co-ordinator for Croydon PCT, specialising in Breast, Bowel and Cervical Cancers.
Posted by kathryn on September 20, 2011
I’m always banging my drum about the benefits of thermal imaging http://bit.ly/pwjKwU
Posted by kathryn on June 21, 2011
Plunged into menopause at an early age is devastating but to find out later, rather than sooner
Posted by kathryn on June 3, 2011
As seen in the Daily Mail, here is the interview: It was a privilege to interview Sue Brayne on her book: Sex, Meaning and the Menopause. Written for men and women, this book describes the pain and anguish, the broken relationships through misunderstanding menopause. A highly recommended read, now listen to the interview. Interview with […]
Posted by kathryn on November 16, 2010
A no-holds barred open discussion on breast cancer, the pill and menopause. Check out this online radio http://www.redshiftradio.co.uk, the Scarlet Ladies slot – a bit like Loose Women only it’s audio!
Posted by kathryn on October 27, 2010
Get the real story behind Mammograms and my preferred route of Thermal Imaging. Listen to Prof Gordon Wishart on why this disease is on the increase.
Posted by kathryn on October 4, 2010
Young women often make the headlines when it comes to breast cancer. In reality it is women over 50 that are mostly affected with one in 54 being diagnosed but when a leading consultant tells you the diagnosis of breast cancer is on the rise at an unprecedented rate then you want to know why.
Posted by kathryn on September 23, 2010
V.Interesting. http://bit.ly/cuLKKW #menopause #hormones #breastcancer