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Self Help Groups

  • Leukaemia CARE

    Leukaemia CARE provides vital CARE and support services to all those whose lives are affected by Leukaemia and allied blood disorders. Our work extends to the welfare and emotional support of carers as well as patients. Discretional financial assistance and holiday programme available.
  • Leukaemia Research Fund

    Provide information on all types of leukaemia and publish a wide range of booklets
  • London Association of Pituitary Patients

    We support patients with pituitary tumours,publise the condition,not least amongst GPs and try and raise public awareness of the conditions
  • London Prostate Cancer Centre

    London’s experts in prostate cancer have joined together to provide and support this web site, concentrating on information relating to prostate cancer, its diagnosis, staging and treatment options, together with facts relating to the disease itself. The web site aims to provide patients with...
  • Look Good Feel Better

    The Look Good Feel Better Programme is a free cancer support service for women living with cancer. Groups of up to 10 patients are invited to attend a beauty workshop where they receive professional advice and guidance on how to cope with emotional and appearance-related side effects of their...
  • Lymphoma Association

    Provides information and emotional support for lymphoma (Hodgkin's Disease and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma) patients and their families.
  • Lymphoma-net.org

    Lymphoma-net.org aims to help improve communication about non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and its treatment. Lymphoma-net.org contains a wealth of background materials that patients and carers can refer to in their own time, helping them to have better-informed discussions about non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and...
  • Macmillan Cancer Support

    CancerLine helps people living with cancer, their family, friends and carers, find a way through the maze of cancer information and support in the UK. Our advisers help identify information you need and organisations best to provide it. We will listen to your particular issues with empathy and...
  • Maggie's Centres

    Maggie's Centres are for anybody who has, or who has had cancer. They are also for their families, their friends and their carers. The aim of Maggie's Centres is to help people with cancer to be as healthy in mind and body as possible and enable them to make their own contribution to their...
  • Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children