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Meet Linda (55). Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine screening in October 2011 She had surgery, radiotherapy and is taking Arimidex. Linda will talk about the following topics in separate video's:
• The impact of cancer on her life
• How she felt after finishing treatment
• How she joined the LYLAC programme
• Her achievements as a result of the LYLAC programme
• How LYLAC has helped her to move forward again after her cancer experience.
• Why she volunteered in making this video.
Watch all the video's here on Vimeo or here on YouTube
|12 - 13 October 2012
Macmillan's Cancer Voices Conference
Friday 12 and Saturday 13 October
Hilton London Gatwick Airport.
Many visitors, very interesting (interactive) workshops and meeting lost of new people.
September - October 2012
Thank you Breast Cancer Care for your invitation to do the interview for the Women and Home magazine about moving forward after breast cancer.
29 May 2012
The Aim of this event is to bring all those affected by the disease together and to showcase some of the outstanding work being done by a number of great charities and organisations to help sufferers.
25 January 2012
An event aimed for health care professionals to raise awareness of national and local initiatives and servicees that are available to support cancer patients and their carers across Dorset.
8 December 2011
The Independent : Life Coaching being one of the ways to lighten the emotional load of cancer...
Some quotes from this article how people experience the cancer journey:
"It's a lonely road"...
"The more you don't release your emotions, the more it depresses you"...
"It's the uncertainty; you don't have the security of seeing doctors and nurses who mkae you feel secure"..
"You don't get over it (cancer), you find a way to live with it"... "You adjust to a different version of you"
10 November 2011
An opportunity for anyone affected by cancer to ask questions to clinical nurse specialists and to access information about nutrition, complementary therapy,
|11 July 2011
Open Day for Cancer Services at Bournemouth Royal Hospital.
This Open Day has been a great opportunity to promote cancer awareness, early diagnosis and improved outcomes.
For many interested visitors LYLAC was a new stand offering a new "cancer rehab" service.
LYLAC won the price for the best (interacative) stand in being different in it's service and standing out of the crowd in it's presentation. The award was handed out by
Tony Spotswood, Chief Executive of BRH.
More on page 9 of this BRH Staff Magazine here.
Steve Brine, local MP in Winchester, strongly believes in this new LYLAC programme. Steve said: “What an inspiration Jo and Isabel are. LYLAC is a truly fantastic idea, and meets a need that I know is all too prevalent here. I am delighted they have really grasped the nettle with this, and I am sure LYLAC will be a really positive addition to many survivors’ lives.”
You might know the Amoena Life magazine, for individuals who have (had) breast cancer.
In the latest issue (number 29, 2011) you'll find an article and advertisement about our new LYLAC support programme.
|In October 2010 Radio Wave 105 has interviewed one of the co-founders about the new LYLAC support programme.
You might have heard it on your radio....
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