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Read the blog posts below from organizations listed on the site to find out more about them as well as cancer care related articles in the news. If you would like to write a piece for inclusion, please contact us at hello@cancercaremap.org

19 October 2021 — David Allen

5 Minutes with Perci Health | Your Cancer Services

The importance of digital health services has increased exponentially the start of the pandemic with more and more people depending on technology to find the help and support they need. Perci Health is the first digital platform offering people affected by cancer affordable online support by multiple professionals in one accessible location

29 September 2021 — David Allen

Cancer Support Services in Norwich | City Spotlight

As the most complete medieval city in the United Kingdom, the city of Norwich is a popular tourist destination and is home to one of the largest medieval cathedrals in the country. The city's natural beauty also saw it voted the greenest city in the UK. It is also home to an eclectic selection of cancer support. Our latest City Spotlight takes a look at just a few of the cancer support services in Norwich.

14 September 2021 — David Allen

Male Cancer Awareness Week | Male Cancer Support in the UK

Male Cancer Awareness Week was set up by charity Orchid Cancer to help raise awareness of the three male cancers: prostate, testicular and penile cancer. Here we take a look at the support offered by Orchid and other support organisations across the UK.

30 August 2021 — Fruitfly Collective

Creative Toolkits to Support Children Affected by Parental Cancer | Guest Post

Fruitfly Collective is an organisation that creates resources for children affected by parental cancer as well as support guides for parents living with cancer. Our latest guest blog comes from founder Caroline Leek about the inspiration behind her organisation and the services they offer.

30 August 2021 — David Allen

Cancer Support Services in Derry | City Spotlight

Derry is the second largest city in Northern Ireland and can be found along the River Foyle. It was selected as the inaugural UK City of Culture in 2013 and is the only remaining completely intact walled city in Ireland. It is home to a fantastic network of cancer support so for our latest City Spotlight, we take a look a selection of the services available.

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