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Read the blog posts below from organisations 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 cancercaremap@dimblebycancercare.org
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What's new on Cancer Care Map this week

05 April 2019   •   by RobinP

It's been another busy week in the Cancer Care Map office and we now have over 615 organisations listed across the UK. As well as local support services there are also many national organisations, helplines and online support information available that can offer a lifeline wherever you are in the country. Here are just a few offering help and support to those living with cancer in the UK today.

Look Good Feel Better offer workshops at centres up and down the country which help women and teenagers manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment....

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What's new on Cancer Care Map this week

29 March 2019   •   by RobinP

We now have over 600 organisations listed on Cancer Care Map. This week we have added a number of hospices up and down the country that are providing a vital service to those affected by cancer. Here are just three of the many hospices across the UK who are supporting families living with cancer.

In Surrey we have the Woking and Sam Beare Hospices. This is a charity that office hospice care for patients and their carers and families outside...

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Guest blog: Nutritional Therapy Can Help - Marie Dawson, Registered Nutrition Therapist

25 March 2019   •   by RobinP

My name is Marie and I am a Nutritional Therapist trading as Principal Nutrition in Middlesbrough and the surrounding areas.  I can also support clients further afield via Skype or other online facilities, so geography does not have to be a boundary.

I am a Functional Medicine Practitioner, which means that I look at each individual person and make my recommendations based on who is in front of me – what works for one person won’t necessarily work for another because we all have our own individual biochemistry, genetics and lifestyle factors.  I therefore offer a bespoke service that’s specifically tailored to you. 

Most people will wonder how a Nutritional Therapist can help someone who has cancer.  However, you may be surprised!

Your safety is my paramount importance. 

  • I take full and detailed information...
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