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What   The hospital provides a range of specialist health services, including Cancer services for Merseyside, Cheshire and beyond. They are also a centre for clinical research. The Hospitals have two drop in centres for Macmillian cancer support and information services, and a psychology service for cancer. You can contact the Linda McCartney Centre on the ground floor to access these services on 0151 706 3720 or at the Broad Green Hospital 0151 600 1798

What   Lune Valley Physiotherapy is an independent service with 30 years experience working predominantly with people who have or have had cancer. Much of their specialist work is with scarring and tightness after surgery and/or radiotherapy including myofascial release. Patients can access the service anytime from diagnosis and pre treatment, through treatment and recovery, and it can also help during palliative care. Treatment is often a combination of hands on work, movement, exercise, balance and advice, and can hel

What   LiLAC is a charity making an impact on health & wellbeing in the Mid Ulster area and also provides support services to those affected by cancer since 2003. The centre is open Monday to Friday to give information and to signpost to other services available in the area.

What   Sobell House is a hospice providing end of life care to those with life-limiting illnesses such as cancer. They offer an inpatient unit, hospice at home, a lymphoedema service, occupational and physiotherapy services, complementary therapies, spiritual care, support for carers, and more. For a full list of services please check on their website. 

Where   Churchill Hospital, Headington, Oxford.

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What   Scarborough Breast Cancer Support Group offers support, information and help to women who have had a recent diagnosis of breast cancer.  A breast care nurse will attend, but it is a very informal group with the aim for you to meet others in a similar situation and to support one another over a cup of tea or coffee.

Where   Located at The Friends Meeting House in Scarborough, we meet every three months on Fridays from 10.30 am - 12 noon.  Please call for exact dates.

What   The aim of the group is to offer the opportunity for women who have tested positive for the BRCA 1 or BRCA 2 gene mutation to support each other and to create a safe and confidential space, to meet others and share experiences over coffee.  Meetings are by invitation only and you can find out more about coming along by getting in contact with the service. 

Where  The group meets regularly at Kent and Canterbury Hospital.

What   The 'Maureen' Mobile cancer care unit works in with partnership with the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and services the surrounding areas. MCCU can hold 4 treatment chairs on board, and each unit can treat up to 20 patients a day. The MCCUs visit a number of locations each week to give treatments and they allow patients to save time by having their cancer care closer to home, saving them time and energy to be with the people that mean the most.

What  Cambridge Cancer Help Centres offers emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family, friends and carers, including bereavement support, carer support, courses for managing stress, help for families and carers, gardening groups, support for young people, and fitness classes. For a full list of support groups and workshops, please visit the website to see what is available at Maggie's Oxford Centre. 

What   Clifford House is Part of St Lukes Hospice and is a new facility run by St Luke’s for anyone in Sheffield affected by an illness that has no cure. No medical care or clinical treatment is offered at Clifford House. There are a plethora of activities to take part in including creative writing dancing for health, cookery classes, positive thinking, indoor bowls, morning yoga,complementary thearpy and more, as well as citizen advice and information sessions.

What   The cancer information centres at the University Hospital of North Tees and the University Hospital of Hartlepool provide a confidential service for anyone with questions or concerns about cancer. The centres offer booklets, leaflets and other sources of information free of charge, and visitors can also access welfare benefits and financial advice. 

Where    University Hospital of Hartlepool, Holdforth Road, Hartlepool.  

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