Are you going through an investigation, diagnosis or treatment for a benign or cancerous urological condition?
While the consultants, doctors and nurses are knowledgable and kind, you may want to talk to someone who has gone through a similar experience.
We have all been confused, emotional and frightened and we know that others feel the same.
We all come from different backgrounds and have benign or cancerous urological conditions and been through different treatments; chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgical procedures with different side effects.
We have all been through similar emotions of disbelief, denial, depression, anger, fear and not knowing what to expect next. We not only have to deal with our own emotions but have to face how to tell family, friends and colleagues.
Hi All, we hope that you are keeping well in these unprecedented times. Our support group has been asked to inform you that all Macmillan Nurses are being deployed within the NHS to ease the pressure in the hospitals and reinforce the message of staying home as much as possible and follow government advice.
Please stay at home with no unnecessary journeys or social contact, only leave home for essential shopping or medical needs, one form of exercise per day, no travelling to work unless absolutely necessary and no public gatherings of more than two people. We have taken the decision to cancel our meeting on Monday 1st June and will review our planned Summer Social planned for 27th June at a later date.
Take care, follow the guidance, keep safe and we look forward to seeing you later in the year.
Mob: 07843 754215 - Tel: 01634 388237
There are five urological cancers:
prostate, bladder, kidney, testicular and penile cancer.