Getting Back To Work After Cancer

Read by Richard Hunt, Vocational Rehabilitation Case Manager. Help and advice around getting back to work after a cancer diagnosis can be found here:

Exercise

Read by Kate Walsh, Team GB Women's Hockey Captain. Being active and doing exercise is particularly important after a cancer diagnosis, and can reduce the risk of recurrence can be found here

Dealing with Fatigue

Read by Elizabeth O'Dea, Senior Occupational Therapist. Fatigue is a very common side effect following treatments for cancer, find out more here:

Pins and Needles

Read by Eileen Hackman, Complementary Therapy Research Nurse. Are you struggling with numbness, tingling, or pins and needles following your cancer treatment? Find out more here:

Lets move forward with your eating:

Read by Suzi Coughlan, Specialist Dietitian. Are you eating well and have a good appetite following treatment, but would like to reduce the risk of cancer recurrence in the future? Find out more here:

Worried about losing weight

Read by Suzi Coughlan, Specialist Dietitian. If you are experiencing a poor appetite after treatment, or struggling with your eating, advice can be found here:

Being a carer

Read by Peter Mackereth,  Clinical lead nurse for supportive care at the Christie. Advice for carers:

Managing worry

Read by Anne Crook, Counsellor in Psycho-oncology.  Managing worry about cancer occurance. Advice can be found here:

Dealing with pain

Read by Suzi Coughlan, Specialist Dietitian. Dealing with pain:

Coping with dry mouth

Read by Peter Mackereth,  Clinical lead nurse for supportive care at the Christie. . Coping with dry mouth: