Cambridge Cancer Help Centre
Offering support to anyone with cancer (or other chronic or life-threatening conditions) and their families, carers and friends.
The atmosphere is warm, friendly and informal and everyone is welcome to drop in whether for a cup of tea and a chat or for something more ..
Cancer Hair Care is a UK charity offering expert support about hair loss and hair care before, during and after cancer treatment. As well as a helpful website they offer telephone support service and face to face services.
Cancer Healing and Research Trust (CHART)
CHART has developed a unique online medical research platform that allows people with cancer who are using natural therapies to contribute in building a resource which benefits everyone with cancer.
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Coppafeel are on a mission to stamp out late detection of breast cancer. They ensure that you know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, know what your boobs look and feel like normally, check your boobs regularly throughout your lifetime and have the confidence to see a doctor if you notice anything that doesn’t feel right for you.
Ellie’s Friends is an online platform that enables adults living with cancer to access free and discounted services or products in their area. Thier goal is to give adults living with cancer the opportunity to enjoy life, not just survive it!
These pick-me-ups can be absolutely anything, from massages to free tickets to a comedy show or the use of a holiday home. Ellie's Friends was set up in memory of Ellie Jeffery, who died of secondary breast cancer aged 29.
Hello Beautiful Foundation
The Hello Beautiful Foundation is a UK based Cancer prevention charity that resides within London's Bloomsbury.
Hello beautiful explores the issues that arise when we or our loved ones are faced with cancer and the importance that NonToxic Practice has in this reality.
Our exhibits, talks, classes and other awareness campaigns are designed to highlight the benefits of living a healthy NonToxic Lifestyle —an experience that starts with mindfulness and extends into nutrition and social responsibility.
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The PDT Norfolk charity was founded in May 2012 and exists to campaign for a particular form of cancer therapy, Photodynamic Therapy (PDT). This therapy has been established across various parts of the UK as well as across the world. It has shown itself to be cost effective as well as less invasive therapy to some other options.
Penny Brohn Centre
Pioneers in the Bristol Approach to complementary cancer care, the Centre offers specialist services including complementary therapies, nutritional advice, and counselling. Their experienced team includes nurses, doctors, and registered therapists providing complementary support within a holistic approach to cancer care.
Pure Helps to Cure
In December 2007 Charlotte Crowl was diagnosed with lymphoblastic lymphoma ast the age of 17. She was on treatment for nearly 2 and a half years and faced many serious side effects. She set up Pure Helps To Cure raises awareness of natural cures, health, fitness and mindset tips.
Star Throwers is a charity dedicated to supporting people affected by cancer, and in particular those who have been given no options other than orthodox. They have an experienced cancer specialist who offers FREE consultations on all aspects of cancer, for both patients and carers and from diagnosis to treatment to management. They also have complementary therapists who offer various therapies that focus on a patient's wellbeing.
The Listening Place
The Listening Place was conceived in 2015 and set up in 2016 in London, by a group of volunteers with a great deal of experience in supporting the suicidal. They had recognised that there is little on going face-to-face support available for many people with chronic suicidal feelings, and that some of this support can be given by well trained and professionally supervised volunteers
The mission of The Listening Place is to provide those who feel life is no longer worth living with a safe place to come and talk freely and confidentially to warm, non-judgemental volunteers who are willing to engage with their feelings and support them through their darkest times.
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Together Against Cancer
The organisation has been driven by the challenges of providing grants, aid, and support to the victims of cancer. Working with support groups for cancer patients is a vital part of their treatment and rehabilitation. Our efforts will continue to be aimed at making these support groups available. Also, providing educational, emotional, financial, and spiritual support will continue to be at the core of our programs.
There are more than 100,000 young adults living with cancer in the UK today. They lack support because little is known about the challenges they face and few services are dedicated to them.
Trekstock is committed to understanding and supporting their needs, so that no young adult has to face cancer alone.
The Victoria’s Promise charity was founded to fulfil a promise; a promise of someone so brave, caring and warm that it has inspired a movement – that person is Victoria Van der Westhuizen. Having lost her father and grandmother to cancer and watched her mother battle through to eventually beat it, Victoria vowed to fight back. Tragically, before she was given the opportunity to achieve her goals and just two months after diagnosis, Vicki lost her own valiant battle with the disease. Victoria’s Promise now stands as a beacon of light and hope; a legacy to continue the care and warmth that Victoria embodied.
Victoria’s Promise have dedicated themselves to providing care in areas that are currently grossly under catered for. Victoria’s Promise and their partners are pioneering training and supportive services so that we can hand hold young women throughout their cancer journey and give them every chance of the best possible outcome. Whilst ensuring the journey back to health is as small an ordeal as it possibly can be.
Youth Cancer Trust
The Youth Cancer Trust provides support and free activity holidays for young people (aged 14 to 30) diagnosed and living with cancer or any malignant disease, from anywhere in the UK and the Irish Republic, or who are patients of any UK hospital.
Holidays are also available for young people who have been in remission for up to five years or who are living with the late effects of having had cancer as a teenager or young adult. If you have any queries about our services, please telephone 01202 763591.