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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   Yeleni Therapy and Support is a health centre and charity offering a tailor made programme of complementary therapy treatments to people living with cancer.   Yeleni offers a free personalised programme of nine sessions from a selection of therapies - including massage, hypnotherapy, acupuncture, aromatherapy. Once you have used your nine free therapy sessions, you can have further treatments in the health centre at a reduced rate.

What  The Royal Liverpool University Hospital Trust is a major adult university teaching hospital for Merseyside and Cheshire and provides general hospital services to the adult population of Liverpool. The hospital also 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.

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

What  What happens now that I have finished my treatment? Who can I talk to now I am back to work? Come and meet others who have been affected by Breast Cancer and find out the answers to these and many other questions at our Breast Cancer Support Group.

What   St Margaret's Hospice Care provides end of life care to those with life-limiting illnesses such as cancer. Through their medical and nursing staff and specialist support services, they provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to patients and their loved ones. They also offer a wide range of complementary therapies, such as aromatherapy, massage, reflexology and diversional therapy for patients.

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What   Paul's is a cancer support centre that offers counselling, support groups, self-management, courses including mindfulness, wellbeing activities such as yoga and qigong and complementary therapies. The services on offer can help to reduce levels of stress, create a sense of well-being, and provide opportunities to meet others in a similar situation.

What  York Against Cancer is a small, independent, local charity, providing practical help and support for patients and their families living with Cancer in York and North Yorkshire. The Cancer Care Centre at York provides free complementary treatments and a free minibus service for York cancer patients to St James Hospital in Leeds for their radiotherapy treatments, and helps around 200 cancer patients and their families each year by offering a free short break in their Whitby and Filey respite homes. 

What  Life After Cancer brings people together who have finished cancer treatment with an aim to increase their well-being. The support they receive reduces the risk of serious mental distress and helps them to build a positive life after their cancer experience. Spaces are facilitated by ICF qualified coaches who have their own personal experience of cancer treatment. Support is offered through one to one coaching sessions, workshops, support groups and yoga classes - helping individuals get from where they are now, to where they want to be.

What   The Myton Hospices in Rugby, Coventry, and Warwick provide end of life care to those with life-limiting illnesses such as cancer. Their services include an inpatient unit, day hospice, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, counselling, children and teen services, complementary therapies, spiritual care, clinical psychology, and hairdressing. They also provide a variety of services for carers/families; for a full list please visit their website.

Where   Clifford Bridge Road, Coventry.

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