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What   CLAN Cancer Support Crimond offers emotional, practical and social support to all those affected by cancer including family and friends. They also offer children and family services, men's support group and coffee mornings. For a full list of support groups and services please visit the website or call the number provided.

Where   CLAN Cancer Support Crimond is located within the Crimond Medical Centre.

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What  The Oxford Lymphoma Action Support Group aims to provide lymphoma cancer patients and their families with psychological and emotional support. The support group allows people affected by lymphoma cancer to share experiences and concerns with each other. At the meetings, cancer patients and their families are also able to receive information and advice from guest speakers. For full details about the services and meetings, please visit the website or call the number provided.

What   The Wessex Trust Cancer Support Centre at Closham consists of a specialist team who offer emotional and physical care to people 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.

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What    Darlington 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 Roy Castle Foundation provide information and support to lung cancer patients, bereavement support and advice, support groups, information days and support to quit smoking.  Please call the helpline on 0800 358 7200 if you have any questions about lung cancer.

Where  To find your local support group or information day please call or visit the website.

Who Support services are available to anyone who has lung cancer and anybody who requires information about Lung cancer.

What  Larks by The Marina Dalglish Appeal is a support centre in Liverpool for ladies being treated for breast cancer. At the moment, they are only open on Mondays between 11-4 and hope to expand to Thursdays in Spring 2018. Holistic therapies, such as reiki and reflexology, as well as hair and nail treatments, are offered for free to patients in a warm and friendly space that is totally removed from the sterile hospital environment. These treatments can ease the side effects of chemo and radiotherapy, as well as reducing stress levels.

What  CLIC Sargent is the cancer charity for children, young people and their families.

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 Carers MK is an independent local charity established in 2006 to support unpaid, family carers in Milton Keynes, commissioned by Milton Keynes Council. Carers MK are part of Carers Trust’s national network of Carers Centres around the UK to support the health and wellbeing of individuals who are caring for someone who cannot manage without them due to illness, physical disability, frailty, learning disability, mental health issues, addiction or additional needs.

What  Opened in 1998 the Centre Cancer Care at York Hospital offers psychological and emotional support for patients and families. There is an information service, complementary therapies including indian head massage, reiki and aromatherapy, benefit and welfare advice and hair loss support. ‘Look Good…Feel Better’ sessions can help female cancer patients in a practical and positie way.