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Megan McAuliffe
The Treatment Bag

Maymie White was having chemotherapy treatment for Lymphoma Cancer when a cider farmer walked into the room wearing wellies and shorts, and before sitting down for his own treatment handed out a bag full of cider apples to each of the other three patients in the room.

Megan McAuliffe

When you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, it’s important to know that there may be disappointments when it comes to the support you receive from family and friends.

Megan McAuliffe
Cancer Care Map

The NHS takes excellent care of the clinical treatment for those living with Cancer, however finding non-clinical support for those living with cancer can be a difficult if you don't know what you're looking for.

Megan McAuliffe
Fatigue

Support for a friend or loved one through Cancer does not stop when the last treatment does. For most, support is still needed long after the disease has receded.