Cancer Patients: Problems You Never Knew You'd Have


8:42am 13th September 2017
(Updated 10:41am 13th September 2017)

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If you're living with cancer, the physical aspects are a lot of deal with. Operations, scans, tests, doctors, radiotherapy, chemotherapy...

But living day to day life with cancer also brings problems you might have never thought you'd have. Yorkshire Cancer Research support people in a huge variety of ways, but a free event that's being held at the Harrogate Convention Centre on Thursday 16th November 10am - 4pm is offering help and support on the subjects most in demand for Yorkshire cancer patients. 

  • Managing side effects
  • Coping with cancer
  • Pilates
  • Leeds Rhinos introduction to exercise
  • Caring for carers
  • Financial and legal advice
  • Mindfulness
  • Clinical trials
  • Talking about cancer

If you'd like to come along to the event you can register here


Beth Parsons found out more from Dr Kathryn Scott and Leah Simmons from Yorkshire Cancer Research by talking to them on Stray FM's Health and Wellbeing Show

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