Over the Christmas period, we donated several Cancer Care Parcel seasonal sacks for children with cancer. The CanSurvive team, pictured here donated three of these sacks to sick children. Thank you CAN SURVIVE for all the support that you give to people with cancer Can Survive Wigtownshire, is a pro-active social/activity group open to males and […]READ ARTICLE
Christmas traditionally thought of as a happy time can bring its own challenges at the best of times. Having cancer can cause these challenges to increase. Here we discuss ways to cope with Christmas when you have cancer. 1. Alcohol Many people like a drink at Christmas. Generally, alcohol won’t be an issue, but if […]READ ARTICLE
Christmas can be busy and hectic at the best of times. Gifts to buy and wrap. Food to prepare and cook and trees and decorations to put up. Add cancer, with its treatments, multiple appointments, treatments and results and it can become extremely stressful. Here are ten tips to help you help your friend with cancer […]READ ARTICLE
We would like to wish all our friends, clients, partners and everyone out there a calm and peaceful season We also want to remind you to get your Christmas orders in before Dec 18th to ensure delivery on time To arrive before Christmas in the UK please Order before Wednesday 20th December using next day delivery […]READ ARTICLE
Christmas which is traditionally thought of as a happy time can provide challenges for those experiencing cancer, whether personally or as a loved one. In this article, we discuss dealing with those personal challenges when you or someone you know has cancer at Christmas Eating and Drinking Some people with cancer experience problems with eating […]READ ARTICLE
We are very grateful that our Children With Cancer Christmas Sack got a mention in My Girls and Me Christmas Gift Guide 2017. They say … “If there is anyone you know and love who is suffering from Cancer, please take a look…These care packages are worth every penny and if you don’t know anyone; you […]READ ARTICLE
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