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  • Cancer and Coronavirus - Know your Rights

    Cancer and Coronavirus - Know your Rights

    Macmillan Cancer Support have published a ‘Cancer and Coronavirus – Know your rights ( in England ) Guide ‘explaining the care you should expect and what to do if you think you are not receiving the right care. “ We know it’s a difficult time for healthcare professionals but we also know that there are millions of people living with cancer who still need the right care, treatment and support. it’s vital that cancer diagnosis and treatment continues as much as possible”.

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  • Macmillan Cancer Awareness Training Days 2018

    These courses are aimed at people working with others at the front line in communities either paid or as volunteers and include breakfast, lunch and refreshments.

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  • Cancer Information Hub at Moor Markets

    Vital cancer support is now easy to come by for Sheffield shoppers, thanks to a multi-charity information hub at the Moor Markets. The pop up stall is at units 56 and 58 from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday for the next couple of months.

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  • Nationwide 'Be Clear on Cancer' Campaign

    While it may be nothing serious the campaign encourages anyone with a persistent cough or breathlessness to see their doctor to find and treat heart and lung conditions early.

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