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Supporting You After a Cancer Diagnosis

Supporting You After a Cancer Diagnosis It’s a sad fact that every year, 393,000 people in the UK are given the news that they have cancer. Macmillan Cancer Support says that 3 million people are living with cancer, with that number continuing to rise. While it is news nobody wants to hear, we want to … Continued

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual event that has been running since 1985. Initially, the aim was to encourage breast screening and educate people about early detection, and it has developed to include fundraising by charities for vital research. This year, we wanted to share some facts, figures, and … Continued

Make No Smoking Day 2023 the day you quit for good

Make No Smoking Day 2023 the day you quit for good The message on No Smoking Day 20233 is this: today is the day to give up smoking for good. While quitting can feel stressful in the short term, research shows that once you’re past the withdrawal stage, your mental health also improves. Today is … Continued

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Every two hours, a woman in the UK dies from Ovarian Cancer. March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, so we wanted to share some facts and figures about the disease and why spotting the symptoms early is so important. What you need to know You can read through or jump to … Continued

What is NHS Screening, and how does it work?

What is NHS Screening, and how does it work? The NHS’s screening programme is a way to determine if people have an increased chance of specific health problems. The earlier these signs are detected, the sooner the NHS can offer management and treatment   Who is screening for? It is important to note that screening … Continued

Don’t let the thought of cancer play on your mind

If something in your body doesn’t feel right or you are experiencing symptoms that last three weeks or more, don’t delay – contact your GP practice. NHS England & NHS Improvement has launched a new phase of the ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign taking a radically different approach to detecting cancer earlier for patients, when … Continued

Check your risk of Prostate Cancer

Check your risk of Prostate Cancer In partnership with NHS England, the charity Prostate Cancer UK has launched a new campaign encouraging people to check their risk of getting prostate cancer.  The online 30-second checker asks some simple questions about age, ethnicity, and family history, offering helpful information and next steps if you might be … Continued

What is NHS Screening, and how does it work?

What is NHS Screening, and how does it work? The NHS’s screening programme is a way to determine if people have an increased chance of specific health problems. The earlier these signs are detected, the sooner the NHS can offer management and treatment   Who is screening for? It is important to note that screening … Continued

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