Berkshire Cancer Rehabilitation
Helping people affected by cancer in Berkshire with physical, emotional and practical support Berkshire.
The Berkshire Cancer Rehabilitation programme is a step-by-step approach to living with and beyond cancer, preparing you and your family with a range of tools and opportunities that can enhance your recovery and improve your ability to 'tackle tomorrow'.
It is is available to people registered with a GP in Berkshire and is funded by Macmillan Cancer Support in conjunction with Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, and Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Bowel Cancer UK
Bowel cancer is the UK's second biggest cancer killer, but it should not be.
If diagnosed early, 9 in 10 people survive bowel cancer.
NHS Bowel Cancer screening programme, bowel cancer screening could save your life. It's available to all men and women aged 60-74.
Cancer Research UK
It is important to know your body and to tell your doctor if you notice a change which is not normal for you.
- Anyone can develop cancer, but it’s more common as we get older – most cases are in people aged 50 or over
- Don’t just put something new or different about your body down to things like getting older. If you notice any unusual or persistent changes, go and see your doctor
- The symptoms below are more likely to be caused by something far less serious than cancer, but they could be a sign of the disease
- Spotting cancer early means treatment is more likely to be successful
Talking about Cancer
Talking about cancer has proven a huge success in helping build confidence and "know-how" to seperate cancer myths from facts and encourage healthy conversations that can save lives.
Macmillian Cancer Support (Wexham Park Hospital)
The Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough.
Offer people affected by cancer access to high quality, comprehensive and appropriate information and support for all stages of the cancer jorney. You may have cancer yourself care for a friend or relative, work as a health professional, or simply want to know more about cancer.
Located by the main entrance (entrance 2), drop in or call 01753 634886 or Nicola on 07920 503349 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Relay for Life
As a cancer survivor, you are invited to join your local Relay for Life as a Guest of Honour.
Relay for Life is an overnight event that brings everyone in the community together for a weekend of celebration and fundraising.
To find out more visit cruk.org/relay or call 0300 123 1024