“This is one of the first studies to investigate the risk of digestive cancers according to different types of coffee”
Get anything you are concerned about at all checked out.
Scotland has a worryingly low knowledge of the pancreas and pancreatic cancer,
Orkney is to be part of a new art trail celebrating lighthouses and raising money for CLAN cancer support
Organised by Macmillan Cancer Support, those who go along can talk to trained staff about how they’re feeling or ask questions about cancer and its side effects.
A programme which offers dedicated one-to-one cancer support is to be rolled out across Scotland over the next 4 years.
“CLAN could not provide the services it does without volunteers.”
” It’s nice to feel involved – it makes you feel even more passionate about what CLAN does.””
“I expect health boards to listen to what people with cancer are saying about what matters to them, and make improvements based on their views.”
Taking on Etape Loch Ness for the first time is Orkney-based Marty Flett and Aberdeen-based friend, Iain Stanger, who will be raising funds for CLAN Cancer Support.