Terms and Conditions
www.cancercaremap.org is a free to use, free to access directory of cancer services and organisations offering support to those living with cancer in the UK. There is no need to sign in or register, and no personal data is held by Dimbleby Cancer Care of anyone using the site.
There is no charge to any organisation wishing to be listed on the site. In order to appear on the site you will need to meet our set of criteria and be offering services that promote wellbeing to anyone affected by cancer.
Dimbleby Cancer Care do not promote any services that are offered as an alternative to conventional medicine.
Dimbleby Cancer Care reserves the right to remove any organisation it feels does not meet its criteria to improve the health and wellbeing of those living with cancer, or if we believe the treatments or services provided may conflict with NHS guidelines.
All organisations listed on www.cancercaremap.org have been checked and verified to meet our criteria. However, Dimbleby Cancer Care do not endorse any of the services listed. Inclusion on the website does not mean that we have visited or have any formal working relationship with the organisation.
Before changing your diet or undertaking any form of new treatment, always check with your doctor or consultant.
If you have any concerns about any organisations listed on this site, please contact us immediately.
When you access any other website by means of a link from this website please be aware that Dimbleby Cancer Care does not control such websites and is not responsible for their contents. Inclusion of links to such websites does not imply any endorsement of the material on such websites or any association with their operators.
We endeavor to keep all the information up to date but we cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and we have no control over the availability of the linked pages.
If you discover a broken link or out of date information, please contact us straight away.
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