Advocacy & Research
Toral is working with several charities and organisations to ensure that they are creating more inclusive health promotion campaigns with more diversity and inclusivity so that all communities know that cancer can affect them, and support them to provide services that are inclusive for all.
She is also passionate about breast cancer and cancer patients being acknowledged and compensated for sharing their stories and the associated trauma.
Toral is passionate about combatting the lack of diversity in healthcare and ensuring both doctors and patients from marginalised groups, particularly racially minoritized groups, are equally represented within the NHS and healthcare systems. Currently, these have poorer health outcomes, even when you take into account socioeconomic factors, and are often diagnosed with cancer later and at later stages.
As an educator, researcher and advocate in this field, Toral works with organisations over the UK and abroad including universities, corporate and non-profits and charities delivering talks and workshops on health inequalities in cancer.
She is currently undertaking research with several academic institutions and qualitative and quantitative research on South Asians and their attitudes, behaviour, diet and lifestyle with regard to cancer.
Black Women and Breast cancer conference
Toral has spoken at this conference for the last 2 years. Black women disproportionately die from breast cancer and this conference addresses some of the challenges to narrow this survival gap.