Thank you to everyone who attended the webinar, especially the panellists for their time.
The information in this recording was correct on 20th October 2020. If you are concerned that you may have unexplained changes to your body, such as blood in your pee or poo, a lump, persistent bloating or pain that does not go away please contact your GP. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, the hospital or clinic treating you will keep you informed of any updates you need to be aware of.
During the Q&A session, a panel member mentioned some organisations that could provide support to people who have been diagnosed with cancer. These are:
- Cancer Education, Information and Support Service (Trust Service) – 01296 316954 Monday-Friday 9.30 am- 4 pm
- Macmillan Support Line (National) 0808 808 0000- 7 days a week 8am-8pm
- The contact details for the Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Patient advice and liaison service (PALS) are: 01296 316042 – email@example.com
We appreciate that cancer and cancer services can be an extremely difficult topic to discuss. If this event has raised particular concerns or worried you in any way, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Published on 20 Oct, 2020 (updated 1 Dec, 2020)