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Podcast

Listen to our podcast, with host Dr Ruby Osborn, to hear stories about our work, what we do and the people we support.

Discussing lung cancer with Professor Angela Cox

We talk to Professor Angela Cox from the University of Sheffield, who is using our funding to develop a blood test for earlier diagnosis of lung cancer.

Early Phase Clinical Trials

In the second of our two clinical trials episodes, we talk to Professor Sarah Danson, Sheffield Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre Clinical Lead, to learn more about early phase trials, and how the Charity's funding helps to offer brand new treatments to Weston Park patients.

Cancer Clinical Trials Centre

In the first of our two episodes about clinical trials, we hear from Professor Jon Wadsley, Clinical Director of the Cancer Clinical Trials Centre at Weston Park, about what clinical trials are, how they can benefit cancer patients, and how the Charity supports them.

Welfare Support

Hear about the ways we can support you through financial difficulty. Advice Worker Dave Owen discusses expert benefits advice; and Information and Support Radiographer Emily Howarth explains our emergency hardship grants.

Independent Living Coordination

We talk to Steve Chu, Chief Executive at Age UK Sheffield, about the Independent Living Coordination Service, a joint project between Age UK Sheffield and Weston Park Cancer Charity to support older people living with cancer.

Breast Cancer with Professor Ingunn Holen

We talk to Professor Ingunn Holen from the University of Sheffield about the work she's doing with our funding, researching ways to stop breast cancer recurrence.

Breast Cancer with Dr Penelope Ottewell

We talk to Dr Penelope Ottewell from the University of Sheffield about the work she's doing with our funding, researching better treatments for secondary breast cancer in the bone.

Mindfulness

Specialist practitioner Fran explains what mindfulness is and how it can benefit people affected by cancer, and gives a short mindfulness taster session to try it out.

Our history

Professor Barry Hancock talks about the history of both, and the changing ways they treat and support people affected by cancer.