Empowering people with knowledge from a trusted source is essential when somebody is diagnosed with cancer.
Our educational programme aims to help people with cancer, their supporters and families through this maze of information so that they can chose what is right for them.
Each year we deliver a variety of events people can attend. There is a mix of conferences, evening talks and workshops across the UK.
Education – The Focus
Additional support can be found from our book ‘The Cancer Revolution’ a guide to help people understand how to integrate complementary and conventional treatment.
Robin Daly has a weekly radio show on UK Health Radio which aims to confront the questions we really need to ask about cancer. He talks to a fascinating mix of scientists, oncologists, practitioners and extraordinary survivors who have exceeded all expectations by thinking outside of ‘the box’. Have a browse of our shows here.
We have a wide range of people who regularly blog for us on all aspects of cancer. Synergising with our main education programme, it’s a great place to dip in and out of. Check them out here.
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We’re sorry to have to announce that – for the first time since the inception of our Annual International Conference – we won’t be running one this year.
This is an enormous disappointment to us and we’re sorry for the many of you who have come to treat the Conference as a regular fixture and to depend on its line up of predictably great speakers presenting top quality material.
Cancellation of the event has been forced on us due to lack of resources. It’s an extremely tough environment for charities at the moment, and this has taken its toll. Our programme of events will be taking a back seat for a while while we concentrate on our core services of support and information.
That said, we are doing everything we can to restore the coffers in order to be able to get our events programme back up to speed as soon as possible.
Please keep in touch (via social media or our newsletter) for developments.