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What's new on Cancer Care Map?

 
 

What's new on Cancer Care Map?

 
 

Since launching www.cancercaremap.org at the beginning of February we’ve been able to grow the map now to over 180 organisations with more going on every day.

We know there are many more to add, and we need to hear from you to tell us about support groups and services in your area that you have used, or about an organisation you are involved with yourself that offers help to those living with cancer including friends, families and carers.

Here are just a few of the latest additions to the map:

Working With Cancer

Working With Cancer (WWC) is based in Thames Ditton and works with people and business all over the UK, offering training and support to help people who’ve gone through or are going through cancer treatment to manage work, or return to work following treatment, or find work after a cancer diagnosis. They have a wealth of expertise and experience in the particular needs of those affected by cancer and also supports working carers, colleagues and teams affected by cancer. 

To find out more click here.

GenesisCare

GenesisCare have centres in a number of locations in the UK and are a private healthcare provider offering cancer treatment and support services to those with private medical insurance or able to pay for treatment themselves.

To find out more click here.

 

Bodyworks Physiotherapy Clinic

Bodyworks Physiotherapy Clinic is based in Colchester and offers services for both women and men affected by breast cancer. They work with local Breast Surgeons and Breast Care nurses and treat women and men post breast surgery. The service teaches scar massage and simple lymphatic drainage. The treatments include myofascial release, release of cording, mobilisation exercises for the shoulder and work on scars. They can offer advice over the phone if needed.

To find out more click here.

 

To get yourself on our Cancer Care Map, tell us about your organisation here.

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Guest Blog: Simon Faulkner from METRO Walnut on supporting men who have sex with men, and trans women, through prostate cancer

05 April 2018   •   RobinP

Simon Faulkner is a founding member and Coordinator of METRO Walnut, part of diversity charity METRO.

“A diagnosis of prostate cancer is bad enough for anyone. For gay or bisexual men, trans women (a person born a man but who identifies as a woman and may have had medical interventions to become physically female, but could retain some male... Read more

What's new on Cancer Care Map?

16 March 2018   •   RobinP

Since launching www.cancercaremap.org at the beginning of February we’ve been able to grow the map now to over 180 organisations with more going on every day.

We know there are many more to add, and we need to hear from you to tell us about support groups and services in your area that you have used, or about an organisation you are involved... Read more