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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. For more information please visit the website.

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What    Teesside 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  CLAN Cancer Support Banchory offers emotional and social support to all those affected by cancer. They also offer complementary and relaxation therapies relaxation and visualisation classes.

Where  CLAN Cancer Support Banchory is centrally located within Banchory

Who  CLAN Cancer Support Banchory welcomes anyone affected by cancer. Drop in for a cup of a tea and chat or give them a call to find out more. Please check with service for full eligibility criteria.

What  The Urological Cancer Care Centre focuses on raising awareness of urological cancers and improving support and quality of life for people and families who are affected. The cancer care centre is co-located with the charity and offers inpatient clinical services and access to information about urological cancers and treatments.

What   The Isle of Wight Cancer Support Centre offers access to professional and confidential counselling, as well as befriending and complementary therapies. These therapies range from reflexology and reiki, to massage and aromatherapy. Services are free of charge to those living with or affected by cancer. The centre also offers a variety of information packets, yoga, seated exercise, mindfulness courses and hosts a number of support groups. 

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

Where   Lincoln

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

What   The Cancer Wellbeing centre located inside the Linda McCartney Centre supports patients and carers affected by a cancer diagnosis within the Trust by providing a range of complementary therapies. The complementary therapies are delivered by qualified complementary therapists and offer can offer Reiki, Reflexology, Indian head massage, mindfulness, relaxation and visulisation sessions. 

What  Bodyworks Physiotherapy Clinic offers its services to both women and men in Colchester and the surrounding areas. Bodyworks Physiotherapy work with local Breast Surgeons and Breast Care nurses and treat women and men post breast surgery. The service teaches scar massage and simple lymphatic drainage. The treatments include myofascial release, release of cording, mobilisation exercises for the shoulder and work on scars. Bodyworks Physiotherapy Clinic can offer advice over the phone if needed.

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.