I Survived Chemotherapy Gifts
Finally finishing chemotherapy is time to both celebrate and to recuperate. We have carefully designed our post chemo boxes for comfort and celebration. You can also choose from a selection of relevant posters.
Cancer Gifts For Under £10 - I Survived Chemotherapy Gifts - Inspirational Cancer Posters - Teen Cancer Presents - Chemotherapy Gift Packages£3.99 – £9.99Quick ViewCompare
A glossy poster to celebrate the end of chemotherapy. For all chemo survivors. This comes packed in a poster tube to avoid damage and we can include your gift message.Product added! Browse WishlistThe product is already in the wishlist! Browse Wishlist
Cancer Gifts For Convalescence - End Of Cancer Therapy Gifts : For Cancer Survivors - I Survived Chemotherapy Gifts - Thoughtful Cancer Care Gift Packages And Hampers - Adult Cancer Gift Hampers - Teen Cancer Presents - What To Get A Man With Cancer - Gift Hampers For Women With Cancer - Chemotherapy Gift Packages - Cancer Drug Therapy Gifts£54.79Quick ViewCompare
At last, chemo is over and it feels like you should celebrate. But your friend or loved-one still needs to recuperate. This box of chemotherapy survivor goodies helps them do both. For celebration and items to relax. All appropriate for someone who has just finished chemotherapy. For all adults with any cancer diagnosis. Everyone who receives…Product added! Browse WishlistThe product is already in the wishlist! Browse Wishlist
Profit From Your Purchase Helps The Cancer Community
Cancer Care Parcel partners with UK charities helping them fundraise and raise awareness. We also provide gift box donations and financial support. In addition, we drive awareness campaigns and acting on the advice of our supporters, fill gaps that are needed in the UK Cancer Community. Click here to find out more.
If You Are Not Sure Which Chemo Survivor Gift To Buy
Give us a call or email us
We will get back to you within 24 hrs. Monday – Friday
(please note that we are not medically qualified, we understand our gifts, but not the patients receiving them)