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.
Blood Cancer UK
We're a community dedicated to beating blood cancer by funding research and supporting those affected. Since 1960, we've invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives.
As well as looking for a cure in the future, we help people right now. We’re there for people when they need someone to talk to and we offer health information people can trust, in a language they can understand.
We also campaign for change, helping make sure that people get the health care they deserve and that new treatments that come from research are available on the NHS.
Bowel Cancer UK
We’re committed to working with health professionals to ensure the highest possible standards of treatment and care for people affected by bowel cancer. We provide education resources, networking opportunities and services to support you and your patients.
Breast Cancer Now
We’re Breast Cancer Now, the research and support charity. However you’re experiencing breast cancer, we’re here.
The brightest minds in breast cancer research are here. Making life-saving research happen in labs across the UK and Ireland. Support services, trustworthy breast cancer information and specialist nurses are here. Ready to support you, whenever you need it. Dedicated campaigners are here. Fighting for the best possible treatment, services and care, for anyone affected by breast cancer.
Why? Because we believe that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with breast cancer will live – and be supported to live well. But to create that future, we need to act now.
Our mission is to support and inspire people diagnosed with cancer to move against cancer.
MOVE offers a free 8-week online building foundations programme for 13-30 year olds living with cancer. These are led and designed by MOVE Level 4 Cancer Rehab Specialists.
5k Your Way is a support group to encourage those living with and beyond cancer, their families and friends, and those working in cancer services to walk, jog, run, cheer or volunteer at a local 5k Your Way group.
Move Your Way Resources: Blogs, Move Your Way sessions, YouTube Channel, Workshops and the Move Against Cancer Podcast.
Oncology News Today
Oncology News Today is an authoritative and easy-to-access resource for oncology healthcare professionals and is dedicated to supporting oncology care throughout the UK.
It is increasingly recognised as the go-to platform for oncology healthcare professionals who want to access the latest news, events, resources and jobs in the field of oncology in the UK.
It also helps organisations to raise awareness about their work in the field of oncology through a host of marketing opportunities, such as tailored advertising campaigns on the Oncology News Today website and in regular newsletters championing their messages to engaged oncology healthcare professionals.
Prostate Cancer Research
Prostate Cancer Research are supporting patients and healthcare professionals with a new, interactive, educational website: the infopool (www.theinfopool.co.uk). The infopool will help people make better informed decisions about their prostate cancer treatment and care through understanding risks, side effects, clinical trials and the impact of treatment. At the heart of the infopool is a library of hundreds of real-world stories from people with experience of this disease. By connecting patients with relatable experiences, we believe we can reduce treatment regret and improve their quality of life. Launching in April 2023, the infopool has been co-designed with healthcare professionals and patients.
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 Swallows Head & Neck Cancer Support Group
We are known as “The Swallows Head and Neck Cancer Group” because of the difficulty a lot of people have with swallowing, this group is designed to provide help with patients and carers.
The Swallows was formed by like minded cancer patients to help and support fellow sufferers and their carers. If you are looking for support please come to our meeting.