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How Much Should A Patient Be Told?

How Much Should A Patient Be Told?

We are very much a global community now, and the Internet has made the world a much smaller place. There are very few secrets these days, and if you really want some information, the chances are that you will be able to find it. Most advice from

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This Is A Cancer Scandal Happening Daily, Why?

This Is A Cancer Scandal Happening Daily, Why?

This week I wanted to share this story written by Rohan Silva in the Evening Standard. It echoes exactly my own experiences with NHS AND giant cancer charities. There are so many people out there with incredibly innovative ideas that cost little to implement but the doors

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Why It’s Time To Pout For A Purpose!

Why It’s Time To Pout For A Purpose!

It is a great honour for me to host the below blog. It is exclusively written by the wonderful Athena Lamnisos CEO of the Eve Appeal who do such incredible work. I am always happy to get involved with these guys as they are a small but

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We Are Stuck On The Cancer Care Roundabout!

We Are Stuck On The Cancer Care Roundabout!

When I ask my friends how their work is going the most popular response is “same s..t different day!” Working in the area of cancer support, I now experience that. The people are wonderful, so no problems there but when talking to those who are well paid

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Does The Cancer World NEED The ‘Fear Factor’ For Income?

Does The Cancer World NEED The 'Fear Factor' For Income?

During my visit to Palestine, the one very shocking thing that I quickly became aware of, was that everyone I met thought their cancer was a death sentence. This is something that has followed down the generations and will take a long time to change. But the

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Sharing Cancer Experiences In Jerusalem And Palestine

Sharing Cancer Experiences In Jerusalem And Palestine

Cancer has taken so much from me, and on many occasions I couldn’t see what the ‘new me’ could give to the world. Lacking so many of the ‘ingredients’ that made up the ‘old me,’ I struggled to find any enthusiasm to carry on. But now I

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“Is My Work Still Relevant?”

"Is My Work Still Relevant?"

Having always worked in a fast moving business I understand the importance of remaining ‘relevant.’ You are only as good as your last deal! If you don’t keep your work innovative you will quickly be lost. As I find myself now in the business of cancer, this

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Time To Talk Hospice?

Time To Talk Hospice?

Working against cancer is truly an international job. That sounds a lot worse than it really is. Social media and technology has made it very easy to physically share and communicate, but of course there has to be a will, which I don’t see too much of

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