16 public communities
We are an online support community for young cancer patients. Join us to share your experience, ask questions and support one another! Talking about your disease can be a powerful tool in learning to cope with it! So why not to start now? This community is run by the Youth Cancer Trust.
Hunts Community Cancer Network welcomes you to this site which is designed to support people recovering from, living with or experiencing the late effects of treatment for all types of cancer. The site is managed by the HCCN nursing team who work out of Hinchingbrooke Hospital along with volunteer patients all of whom understand the challenges that can face people as they come to terms with their condition. We are supported by specialists in exercise, healthy eating, work related problems, and emotional well being who are keen to supplement the all important support people can give each other. We look forward to getting to know you.
A friendly, safe, informal atmosphere where we can pick each other's brains. Talking about cancer in our community is a powerful tool. Our community is run by The LGBT Cancer Project. Our community, fighting cancer, together. Our 24 hour online support group.
APMA is a health promotion charity providing advocacy, information and practical support for people living with persistent (chronic) pain and their families. APMA is the consumer health organisation for all Australians who live with persistent pain. APMA is your voice. APMA provides advice, assistance and advocacy, and works with governments, health clinicians and researchers to deliver evidence-based pain management services and ameliorate the personal and economic impact for people living with severe pain.
Cancer Support Scotland is here to provide emotional and practical support on a one-to-one basis and through community-based groups to anyone affected by cancer, including family, friends and carers. Founded by Sir Kenneth Calman in 1980, we are a Scottish Charity here to support people affected by cancer. The charity's main centre is the Calman Cancer Support Centre based within the grounds of Gartnavel Hospital, Glasgow and has a number of support groups covering Scotland. Cancer Support Scotland, formerly known as Tak Tent, offers one-to-one counselling and complementary therapies to people affected by cancer including family and friends, before, during and after treatment. We also bring people together in community support groups to discuss their feelings and anxieties when faced with a cancer diagnosis.
Welcome to Wessex Cancer Trust online community. Here you can openly talk to other people affected by cancer – whether you are going through your own cancer journey or supporting a family member or friend. We will support you through the highs and lows, help you prepare for surgery or treatment, and give you the confidence to talk to your loved ones about cancer. We can empower you to feel strong enough to make your own choices, whether you are moving on from cancer or making difficult decisions about a terminal diagnosis. We offer practical, emotional and physical support at a time when nothing seems to be in your control. All of our Support Centres will welcome you into a calm and non-clinical space in your local community, somewhere familiar and safe.
We have set up this community in order to provide support for anyone suffering from Chronic Myofascial Pain (CMP); to provide and share information about all things fascia related; to raise awareness about CMP, and fascia in general; and to bring together patients and professionals working in the field, to create a united front to campaign for better understanding of fascia and for better treatment models for CPS.
Welcome to Together Against Cancer's online community. Here you can talk to other people affected by cancer – at any point of your cancer journey, whether you have cancer or are supporting a family member or friend who has, everyone is welcome. We can help to empower you to feel strong enough to make your own treatment choices at any time of your cancer journey. We offer educational workshops, which are open to everyone as health promotion is paramount. Our patient/carer only services include support groups, patients grants (conditions apply), complementary therapies and more from our centre in Leicester. We are able to provide our services free of charge. We will welcome you at our lovely calm, safe space in your local community. Get in touch; call us on 0116 246 0195 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This community, Cancer Thrivers along with our non-profit Cancer ABCs (www.CancerABCs.org) facilitates tangible improvements in the lives of people who have been affected by cancer(s) by providing them and their loved ones the necessary tools, education, support, and advocacy so that they can become responsible for and take an active role in their own medical care, wellbeing, and their life. Our goal is to teach and support people diagnosed with cancer, including those with multiple and rare cancers, to not just be a cancer survivor, but to become a CANCER THRIVER.