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“My experience has shown me that support services for people affected by cancer outside the clinical environment are extremely sparse. I am using my personal experience and business skills to help connect people around the world who are affected by cancer, to help remove the feeling of isolation. We offer personal support and signpost where necessary. Alongside that work I will be continually campaigning for improved support and services for everyone affected by cancer, by working totally independently, but collaborating with, many national health organisations. I don’t experience an appetite for change from the management of most, so this will have to be patient driven, to ensure things happen in a timely manner. There is a lot of good work going on, but it's not very 'joined up.' I am doing my best to improve that situation." Please feel free to join us, share your experience on the blog and heChris Lewislp influence the improvement that aftercare services in the cancer sector so badly require."

“I’m Glad I Got Cancer.” Discuss!

"I'm Glad I Got Cancer." Discuss!

Firstly I would like to clarify that this is not a quote from me! It came up in a recent conversation I had with a fellow patient and someone I had met for the first time, so I was a little taken aback. I questioned the statement […]

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Working Together Against Womb Cancer

Working Together Against Womb Cancer

I would like to thank Dr Emma Crosbie and Daloni Carlisle for writing this incredibly informative blog and I am delighted to be able to feature it in Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month.  Just over two years ago, the Womb Cancer Alliance set out to find the top ten research priorities […]

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Cancer Discrimination

Cancer Discrimination

I wrote the below post last year, and week after week I am still being contacted by people concerned about cancer discrimination in the workplace. I’m not convinced that anything has improved. What do you think? This weeks post was prompted by a conversation I had with my bank […]

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It’s Good To Give….

It's Good To Give....

Since the soft launch of our free calls/txts/data service for people affected by cancer several months ago, we established quickly that it’s popularity demanded that it had it’s own platform. So we have been working on a new site, Twitter, Facebook etc, to enable people to see clearly what […]

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Dying Of Embarrassment?

Dying Of Embarrassment?

 Having just returned from a very sunny family holiday, I can’t believe that we are nearly in September, which of course is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month. As you know I work across all tumour types, because many issues regarding cancer support are common. I am delighted to collaborate with many organisations involved with […]

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