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What   Cherry Lodge Cancer Care is a charity committed to improving the quality of life for those living with cancer, their carers and families. The service provides free, high-quality information, support and complementary therapies to people affected by cancer. The services enhance practical, emotional and physical well-being. The Cherry Lodge offer a befriending service where trained befrienders are able to provide practical as well as emotional support to people that need it.

What   The East Midlands Children’s and Young Persons’ Integrated Cancer Service (EMCYPICS) is an integrated service for the investigation of children and young people (0 - 18 years) with suspected cancer and the treatment of those diagnosed with cancer. They also provide emotional and practical support for children and their families.

Available for friends and family

What   Brain Tumour Support hold a support group in your local area of Coventry for anyone affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. For more information please click on the link above.

Where   Ansty Social Club, Grove Road. Meetings are held normally on the 3rd Monday of the month, at 3.00pm – 4.30pm.  

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What  CLAN House Aberdeen offers emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family, friends and carers. CLAN House Aberdeen offer carer support, courses for managing stress, help for families, support for young people, teens and children,and help returning to work after cancer, and benefits help.

What  The Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service focuses on providing anyone affected by cancer with information, emotional support and access to other services including complementary therapies, counselling and financial benefits advice.​​​ Cancer patients and carers are also provided with the drop-in service to discuss issues and concerns with trained volunteers and staff. For full details please about the service, visit the website or call the number provided.

What   The Wessex Cancer Trust at Waterside consists of a specialist team that offers emotional and physical care to peope living with or affected by any type of cancer. These services include befriending, counselling and complementary therapies, such as aromatherapy, yoga, reflexology and Reiki. They are provided as non-clinical treatments for patients and their families. Children are welcome, as well as adults of any age, with any type of cancer, and at any stage.

Where   Waterside Cancer Support Centre, Hythe.

What    Chester le Street support group offers support to anyone affected by lymphoma. Attendees can expect a mixture of speakers and discussions on lymphoma-related topics, and an opportunity to share experiences and gain mutual support.  If you are going to the group for the first time and would like to talk to someone about it or would like further information about meetings, please call the freephone helpline.  

What   The support group is for current and former oesophageal or stomach cancer patients, their carers and close family members and friends.

Where   Guildford

Who   Current and former oesophageal or stomach cancer patients, their carers and close family members and friends.

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 help