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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."

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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“How Are You?”

"How Are You?"

As most of you know well, my own health can be very unreliable, and if I’m honest it is something I get fed up with talking about in a social setting. Unfortunately the fact is that I will never have normal health now, and will always be […]

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It’s A Lottery Even In The Same Postcode!

It's A Lottery Even In The Same Postcode!

The work that I do in cancer support has changed dramatically over the years, and I have had to adjust with the increase of demand on my time. My speaking engagements and charity take a bulk of my time now, with writing filling any gaps. But one thing […]

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#HELLOMYNAMEIS

#HELLOMYNAMEIS

It is very rare for me to write about things that have already had enormous publicity, as I normally ask myself two questions before I write. The first is can I add anything to what has gone before and secondly, will my readers be interested enough to read […]

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Survivorship, A Clinicians Perspective!

Survivorship, A Clinicians Perspective!

With thanks to my recent collaboration with the Academy of Fabulous Stuff run by Roy Lilley and Doctor Terri Porrett I am having many more conversations with N.H.S health professionals who are interested in my views around cancer support. Of course we have different perspectives of the problems […]

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