Macmillan Cancer Support's mobile service for offering advice on cancer is making a return to the city of Plymouth later this month. The initiative by the charity cancer society, which has been working for many years for the care and support of the cancer patients, is specifically aimed at reaching out to the public for the purpose of providing information as well as advice on cancer.
The two-day mobile service event for cancer advice will be held in Plymouth on February 20 and February 21. The venue for the event hosted by the cancer charity will be the Place de Brest, and the timing will be form 10 am to 3 pm on both the days.
There is no need for any prior appointment for participating in the event, in which the mobile team of information and support specialists will answer all questions that participants ask about cancer, and address their concerns about the disease.
All the information provided by the specialists will be free; and participants can also have a confidential chat with the specialists if required, and can pick up some leaflets containing cancer-related information.
Pointing out that improvements in cancer treatment have enabled an increasing number of people to live with the disease in their daily lives, Sarah Beaven - Macmillan mobile cancer information and support specialist – said about the mobile service initiative that cancer patients “need more than medical help, they also need practical, emotional and financial support which the mobile team can provide.”
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