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Help is just a call away

Help is just a call away   Shock, disbelief, fear – some of the first emotions when someone receives a cancer diagnosis. For many, the shock and disbelief will diminish but the fear may last a lifetime. As if that isn’t enough, along comes covid-19, a once...

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Adapting services online

Weston Park Cancer Charity praised for adapting its services online   The region’s leading cancer charity, Weston Park Cancer Charity has been praised for adapting its services so that it can continue to support people affected by cancer with their mental health during the coronavirus crisis.   Since the...

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Could you share your experience of shielding?

Experiences, Concerns and Support Needs of People Who are/were ‘Shielding’ due to Covid-19 and their Family Members   Would you be interested in sharing your experiences of ‘shielding’ due to Covid-19?   Weston Park Cancer Charity is proud to support this research project which looks at the experiences, concerns...

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An update from our CEO

Uniting to face cancer is important  Now more than ever, uniting to face cancer is a serious joint effort, made possible by the whole Weston Park Family. This includes frontline NHS staff, our healthcare professionals who answer the helpline calls, charity staff, fundraisers, donors and supporters, as well as every patient, family...

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Joe Scarborough creates original sketch

Sheffield artist Joe Scarborough creates original sketch for Weston Park Cancer Charity   Acclaimed artist Joe Scarborough, famous for bringing to life the everyday scenes of South Yorkshire, creates an original sketch for Weston Park Cancer Charity to support people affected by cancer during the coronavirus outbreak.   The...

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Do it for me. Do it for you.

Do it for me. Do it for you. Do it for the one it two.   People urged to join The 2.6 Challenge for Weston Park Cancer Charity   One in two of us will develop cancer.   “Every one of us will have to face cancer at some point, either themselves...

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Uniting to face cancer is important

Uniting to face cancer is important: one in two of us will develop cancer – it will affect every one of us, directly or indirectly at some point.   Weston Park Cancer Charity and Nenna Kind, two local cancer charities, have announced that they plan to become...

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