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Our 2022 Partners

Our 2022 Partners

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BASO~ The Association for Cancer Surgery

British Association of Surgical Oncology ~ The Association for Cancer Surgery (BASO~ACS) aims to advance the science, practice, and art of surgical oncology for the benefit of patients with cancer; and to promote research, training, and education in surgical oncology for the benefit of the public, patients and the medical community, and to disseminate the useful results of that research appropriately.

Join BASO and be a part of a growing community of cancer surgeons, trainees, and nurses engaged in supporting advancement in cancer care, education, research and training.

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BOPA is the British Oncology Pharmacy Association, founded in the autumn of 1996 and grew out of the United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA).

The purpose of BOPA, which is a registered charity, is to promote excellence in the pharmaceutical care of patients with cancer through education, communication, research and innovation by an alliance of hospital, community and academic pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, those in the pharmaceutical industry and other healthcare professionals.

BOPA’s principal objective is to promote excellence in the pharmaceutical care of patients with cancer, thereby improving their quality of life.


Leukaemia Care

Leukaemia Care is the UK’s leading leukaemia charity. For over 50 years, we have been dedicated to ensuring that everyone affected receives the best possible diagnosis, information, advice, treatment and support. We are here for everyone affected by leukaemia and related blood cancer types – such as myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN). We provide information, advice and support for patients, families and friends. We raise awareness of the issues impacting people affected by leukaemia, MDS and MPN, and campaign to fix them. We are driving early diagnosis, raising public awareness, improving services and ensuring access to effective treatments.


Myeloma UK

Myeloma UK is the only organisation in the UK dealing exclusively with the incurable blood cancer myeloma and related conditions.

We deliver better patient outcomes through our dedicated programmes covering early diagnosis, research, treatment access, healthcare services improvement, and patient information and support. Our long-term ambition is to make myeloma history. Our purpose is to provide every patient with an empowered present and a hopeful future.

We are committed to working with healthcare professionals to improve the lives of myeloma patients at every stage of their journey, from detection and diagnosis to end of life. We make this happen by enabling improvements in clinical practice and services, ensuring that patients across the UK share a consistent experience of care that improves both their quality and their length of life.



Rad Chat

Rad Chat is the first therapeutic radiographer led oncology podcast designed for cancer patients, healthcare professionals, academics and researchers.

Naman Julka-Anderson and Jo McNamara are both therapeutic radiographers who have unique backgrounds, bringing specialist knowledge and skills to the conversation.




The United Kingdom Oncology Nursing Society is a registered charity (1136972) run voluntarily by cancer nurses for cancer nurses. UKONS was founded in 2005 and the first UKONS newsletter and website was published that year. Our vision is to promote excellence in the nursing management and care of all those affected by cancer in all four countries of the UK. Our primary aim is to support the education, training and development needs of our members. UKONS holds an annual conference in November each year, publishes a fortnightly newsletter, holds multiple cancer nurse education events throughout the year and collaborates with multiple organisations that support the development of specialist cancer nurses. We work at both local and regional levels to ensure that UKONS is a voice for all cancer nurses across the UK and we have an advisory role in the development of cancer guidelines and policy.



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