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The NHS direct

This site provides useful general information on health issues that relate to the NHS 

www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk 

The Department of health Cancer plan

This Document outlines the NHS strategy for the diagnosis and treatment of  Cancer. 

www.doh.gov.uk/cancer/cancerplan.htm

New Approaches to Cancer

New Approaches to Cancer is a registered charity that promotes the benefits of complementary therapies and holistic treatment for cancer patients and their families and carers. It provides an information and referral service directing people to their nearest sources of help through a network of support groups and practitioners   

Website : www.anac.org.uk

Cancer backup

CancerBACUP provides information and support for people affected by cancer, it is the largest provider of cancer information and support is Europe.

CancerBACUP

Website: www.cancerbacup.org.uk

Health creation

77A Alma Road
Clifton Bristol BS8 2DP

Transform your experience of cancer through the integration of complementary, alternative and self-help approaches to your treatment and become stronger than ever before.  Based on the reliable expert experience of leading Integrated Medicine Consultant, Dr Rosy Daniel, former medical director of the Bristol Cancer Help Centre, the Cancer  Lifeline Kit will help you to make good treatment decisions and form effective self-help strategies.
For further information call our Help Line 0845 009 3366 or visit  www.healthcreation.co.uk


Beechwood Cancer Care Centre

Beechwood Cancer Care Centre is a  Stockport-based
Cancer Help Centre,that offers psychological support for people affected by a cancer diagnosis.  An individually structured programme is offered free of charge for patients and their carers.  The centre offers help for people to live more positively with their diagnosis.
For more information about Beechwood Cancer Care Centre, you can visit our website at www.beechwoodcancercare.co.uk or email us at enquiries@beechwoodcancercare.co.uk
 

Bristol cancer help centre

The Bristol Cancer Help Centre offers healing and  positive healthcare to people affected by cancer, and their supporters. The Centre practices, teaches researches and develops the holistic approach as an integral part of cancer care.

Website: www.bristolcancerhelp.org

 

British Holistic Medical Association (BHMA)

The BHMA works towards promoting holistic approaches in healthcare through providing information and advice, facilitating networking, publications, self-help tapes and events.  

Website: www.bhma.org

The Fountain Centre

The Fountain Centre, St Luke's Cancer Centre, 
Royal Surrey County Hospital, Egerton Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XX
Telephone  01483 406618 or 406629 Fax 01483 406813
Email thefountaincentre@email.com

 

The Fountain Centre was established in 1998 to provide a caring environment for patients newly diagnosed with cancer, in order to balance the traditional approaches to cancer treatment with a range of complementary therapies and individual support.  Within this Centre, patients and their families and carers can make choices about their future and become actively involved in their own self-management

website:   www.fountaincancersupport.org

 

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