This article, published in Health Central gives some good tips to help people stay strong with a diagnosis of advanced kidney cancer.
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This article, published in Health Central gives some good tips to help people stay strong with a diagnosis of advanced kidney cancer. The article includes tips for things such as: Load up on fruit and vegetables Get your blood flowing Ease the pain Don't go it alone Sleeping better. These tips can h...
Sue Brookes is taking part in the Baxter's Loch Ness Marathon on the 1st October to raise funds for us.
Sue had to rest for two weeks after a injury to her achilles, which thankfully was sorted out after a good sports massage!
Since then she has completed two long distance runs one for 18 miles, and another for 13 miles yesterday.
Sue commented "I am really pleased with how these runs have gone and felt really good, I can’t believe the run has come round so quickly. I have one more 10 mile training run left on the 24th September and then it is 26.2 miles at Loch Ness"
If you would like to read why Sue is raising funds for us or would like to support her, please follow the link below:
We would like to share that we have partnered with Trekstock.
Every day in the UK, 38 young people are diagnosed with cancer. Trekstock aim to ensure that every young adult in their 20s or 30s living with cancer and its after-effects gets the tailored support they’re looking for.
They provide wellbeing support services for those in their 20s or 30s diagnosed with, living with and surviving any type of cancer.
To find out more about how they can help, please follow the link below:
Using our community map you can identify other patients or carers who live nearby and reach out to them for support, friendship and companionship to bring our community together to support each other.
You can contact other people anonymously in the first instance before building a relationship.
The map also identifies the main kidney cancer hospitals in the UK, as well as Maggie’s Centres and the Action Kidney Cancer team.
To read more about the map and the benefits joining the map will bring please follow the link below:
We are the UK’s largest and most active patient-led kidney cancer charity. Whether you are a patient, survivor or someone you know has been diagnosed with kidney cancer, you have come to the right place to find support and information, and to be part of a caring and knowledgeable community of people: We are here to help you.
Registered charity in England, Wales (1164238), and Scotland (SC051330).