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Wendy Gough has probably saved about 20 lives a year for 18 years. A great job on her part!

Dr R Eeles MA; PhD; FRCP; FRCR, Reader in Clinical Cancer Genetics, Institute of Cancer Research. Hon Consultant in Cancer Genetics & Clinical Oncology, Head of Cancer Genetics Unit, Royal Marsden NHS

What can I say? A most impressive talk – a very important talk – it absolutely hit the mark

Bedfordshire School

Your talk was excellent. You pitched a very difficult and potentially embarrassing talk with just the right degree and allowing light relief to maximize the importance of the message

Surrey School

I learnt so much in school I would never use in my life, but the one vital thing that might have saved my life they didn’t teach me

Matthew Gough, Needlessly died of testicular cancer, aged 19

This is the best and most powerful PSH Lecture you shall have. If you only listen to one talk this year – listen to this ONE. It could save your life

Teacher to his students

You gave an excellent talk to our Sixth Form who listened attentively to what you had to say. You dealt with a potentially tricky subject in a sensitive, yet good humoured way. Your knowledge is excellent and so you were able to deliver your message to a variety of levels.  You combined theory with practical techniques in a way that they could follow and retain. In fact, the positive feedback from students has been tremendous. Staff and students alike, are united in their view that this was a vital lecture, which they actually enjoyed. We will recommend you to our neighbouring schools. 

Head of Sixth Form

This was the best and most powerful PSH Lecture we have ever had


A young man in my Sixth Form who heard your talk was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He has asked me to pass on his thanks to you; he feels he owes you a great deal. Your work is a blessing


You are saving so many lives. We all owe you a considerable debt of gratitude

Presenter interviewing Wendy, ITV Television

An invaluable session. Your experience allows you to speak in a frank and honest manner – your information is much needed 

NHS Trust

I thought I was doing everything okay until I heard your talk. Thank you for bringing me up to date

GP, Royal College of General Practioners, Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Faculty

There are not  enough Wendy’s in the world

Boy who visited his doctor after hearing a talk, to be diagnosed with testicular cancer

My son, Adam, is a pupil at Berkhamsted Collegiate. Had he not attended one of Wendy Gough’s talks, he may not be alive today. We are greatly indebted

Mother of school student, Berkhamsted Collegiate School

One could really have heard a pin drop when you gave your talk at the Conway Hall.  It was exceptionally well received by the 600 students

Teacher, St Martin's

My colleagues were all incredibly touched to hear your story. You are making a real difference to so many people’s lives. You are a real inspiration us all. Personally, I was very humbled by the work you do, the dedication with which you are doing it and saving so many peoples lives


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