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This is a web directory where to find information, support and qualified help. If couldn’t find what you are looking for, please contact to us and we will try to help you.

Prostate Cancer Support Association This website is now provided by the Prostate Cancer Support Federation.

The Pamela Northcott Fund is a unique voluntary organisation providing advocacy and support.

Marie Curie Cancer Care is one of the UK’s largest charities. It was established in 1948 – same year as the NHS.

Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. They provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. Cancer affects us all.

Breast Cancer Care orientes every person affected by breast cancer to get the best treatment, information and support combininig the personal experiences of people affected by breast cancer.

Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research.

Cat, Sue and Mark had the idea to give out cameras to young patients on ward 10T so they could make their own video diary, animation, whatever they wanted as long as it was something creative. Website

Maggie’s Community Pilot is a place where everyone affected by cancer – where you can take an active role, talk to someone in the same boat or get professional support.

Breast Cancer Haven helps people through the experience of breast cancer. Thay offer information, emotional support and complementary therapies in their welcoming centres.

Breast Cancer Support Board is the place for all breast cancer worries. For those starting, going through and after treatment and all others affected by the condition. They welcome all newcomers and are there to answer questions, give support and get you through the day.

Patient UK was first launched in 1997 by PiP (Patient Information Publications). It started as a directory of UK websites which provided information of health, disease and related issues.

Fuck Cancer it’s not a T-shirt, it’s a movement – a movement to change the way cancer is perceived and diagnosed in our society, and how cancer survivors perceive themselves.