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St Margaret's Hospice
St Margaret's Hospice Care has been at the heart of Somerset’s community for 40 years, delivering high quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness.
Breast Cancer Now
"The charity that’s steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. Here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future."
North Dorset Prostate Cancer Support Group was started with the belief that every single one of us is resilient, and that our resilience can be fostered with the help and support of a community. Our members provide the place and space for personal growth, self-reflection, learning, and bonding. We invite you to find out more information and hope you will join us.
The group meets on the last Friday of each month (excluding December) at 7:30pm at Gillingham Methodist Church, High Street, Gillingham, SP8 4AG.
1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer. If you’re over 50, or you’re black, or your dad or brother had it, you’re at even higher risk. Prostate cancer is not always life-threatening. But when it is, the earlier you catch it the more likely it is to be cured. Answer three quick questions to check your risk.
Youth Cancer Trust provides support and free activity holidays for young people (aged 14 to 30) diagnosed and living with cancer or any malignant disease, from anywhere in the UK and the Irish Republic, or who are patients of any UK hospital.
Bowel cancer is very treatable but the earlier it’s diagnosed, the easier it is to treat. People whose cancer is diagnosed at an early stage have a much higher chance of successful treatment than those whose cancer has become more widespread.