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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."

The Emotional Turmoil Of Living With Cancer

The Emotional Turmoil Of Living With Cancer

Since I started 2016 and threw caution to the wind to broaden my work reach, the time has absolutely flashed past, which has been fantastic, as I have been involved in so many exciting projects around the world. Most importantly I have now started my own charity, […]

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Do You Feel Selfish?

Do You Feel Selfish?

When I was checking through the statistics of my blog recently, the most searched for post was this one which I wrote over a couple of years ago. It was something that I felt had happened to me, and it seems like many people may feel the same! […]

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Why Are We Still Failing So Many?

Why Are We Still Failing So Many?

This weeks blog is from Abi, who is a great friend of mine from the ‘Breast Cancer Community.’ I have watched as the realities of her story have unfolded, and we have exchanged experiences. What concerns me, and is the reason I wanted to share this piece, is […]

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Time To Be Grateful!

Time To Be Grateful!

This week I was invited to visit one of the most famous cancer hospitals in London, and as I was walking round the wards my personal experience came flooding back to me. It was also the hospital where my late mum had her breast cancer treatment more […]

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Working Through Cancer

Working Through Cancer

The last few weeks have been very busy for me, particularly launching my new partnership with C4C Mobile and the interest that has created from both sponsors and people affected by cancer. From a personal perspective it has refreshed my ‘working’ life with different challenges, and has brought me […]

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