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Cancer is a condition where cells in a specific part of the body grow and reproduce uncontrollably. The cancerous cells can invade and destroy surrounding healthy tissue, including organs.
Making some simple changes to your lifestyle can significantly reduce your risk of developing cancer. For example, healthy eating, taking regular exercise and not smoking will all help lower your risk.
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Brought to you by Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, Stand Up To Cancer is an annual fundraising campaign that brings the UK together to accelerate progress in life-saving cancer research. Stand Up To Cancer takes developments in the labs and accelerates them into brand new tests and treatments for cancer patients who need them right now.
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The Macmillan organiser is designed to help you keep track of your treatment, make notes and find information and support you may need
A new list of Mood-boosting Books. Most of the books have been recommended by people who have been diagnosed with cancer. In general the books are not specifically about cancer but have been recommended as books that people found mood-boosting before or after treatment.
Cancer is the toughest fight most of us will ever face. But no one should go through it alone.
The Macmillan team is with you every step of the way. We are the nurses and therapists helping you through treatment. The experts on the end of the phone. The advisers telling you which benefits you’re entitled to. The supporters who make it all possible.
Compares NHS cancer services near you. Simply type your postcode, cancer type or hospital into the "Find Your Treatment" search box.
My Cancer Treatment finds services near you and reports on the quality and standards you can expect from each one. You can compare results and use these to decide where you’d like to have your cancer treatment.
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Christmas is coming... Everyone is welcome to a Christmas Extravaganza Family Fun Day @ the Crafty Fox Cafe on Sunday 25th November 11am-4pm, Foxhole shops. More info soon...
Posted at 08:46 on 06/11/2018
Watch out for the Ageing Well in Torbay Fesitival - Saturday 20th October 2018, 10-6 @ Paignton Community & Sports Academy. Includes 1970's rock band and activities - and it's FREE!! Click here for more info
Posted at 15:33 on 26/09/2018
We are pleased to let you know that we are working closely with the Old Farm Surgery just down the road. For example, we have the same Practice Manager, Colin Whitford, and we are sharing a Paramedic (Ryan) who is helping with visits, as well as sharing some GP and Nurse resources and administrative support.
The NHS is constantly changing, and part of this are significant financial cuts, so we are doing this in order to ensure the long term sustainability of General Practice in this area.
Posted at 15:31 on 24/07/2018
Phone the surgery on 01803 558257