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GET LIPPY - WOMB CANCER SUPPORT UK - WHAT ALL WOMEN NEED TO KNOW!

Hey there you savvy 'n' sassy women!

Unless you have been hiding under a rock lately you will have no doubt seen the great
#GetLippy campaign. Its whole existence is designed to help save the lives of women, get them talking without embarrassment about their reproductive organs and to educate us about the 5 gynae' cancers.

One of the lesser known of those five is womb,(uterine), cancer and that is where www.wombcancersupportuk.weebly.com steps in. Founded by Kaz Molloy seven years ago following her diagnosis and successful treatment, her mantra is that "No one fights alone".
To give you some quick facts, risk factors and support if you or any friend wants or needs to know more, I have made a quick four minute chat. To listen just click here!. It is 4 minutes that all women, (yes it can even affect women in their 20s), won't regret listening to. 
I hope that if this and the work of the Womb Cancer Support UK can help, encourage or even get a women checked out to save her life, then it is worth taking the time to empower ourselves with knowledge.
If you feel you could help Kaz and her work, please get in touch with her here by email. THANK YOU DARLINGS.

 If I have been rather more serious than usual today I cant apologise!

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Have a fabulous day!
Namaste
Janie S xxx
Founder Savvy 'n' Sassy

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