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Support for people living with cancer

Updated 2 April 2020 Help and information for people living with cancer The Wales Cancer Alliance is a group of 20 cancer charities working together to make things better for people affected by cancer and their loved ones. The current pandemic of Covid-19 is no doubt making many feel worried and anxious, to support you […]

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Living well in isolation

This document has been produced by the Clinical Psychology team in Cardiff & Vale University Health Board. A period of isolation will be challenging for everyone; but we hope these ideas may help to lessen the impact. They may not all be possible for everyone – use any of these suggestions which might be appropriate […]

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Don’t sit on cancer symptoms during coronavirus outbreak

Wales’s leading cancer charities are urging people with cancer symptoms to see their doctor as GPs warn the coronavirus outbreak is keeping people with these symptoms away.

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Home Isolation & Shielding

Updated 27 March 2020 Home isolation, shielding and coronavirus If you or someone you live with has symptoms of coronavirus, you will need to stay at home for up to 14 days.  The Welsh Government has also asked people to self-isolate for up to 12 weeks if they have been identified as a greater risk. […]

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Cancer and Coronavirus Q&A

UPDATED 24 MARCH 2020 If you have cancer, you might be worried about how coronavirus affects you. The most important thing is to follow the advice from the NHS and your healthcare team. People with cancer may be at a higher risk of infection, so please follow the advice that will help reduce the risk […]

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Statement on changes to screening provision

Issued 20th March 2020 and updated 27 March 2020 Statement in response to changes of screening provision in Wales following Covid-19 outbreak Following the announcement to suspend some non-urgent appointments and procedures, Welsh Government has agreed the recommendations of Public Health Wales to temporarily pause some of the population based screening programmes. This will include […]

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Marie Curie’s #TalkAbout Campaign Launched in the National Assembly for Wales

On Thursday, 9 January, Assembly Members gathered in the National Assembly for Wales to speak about death and dying at a Drop-In event organised by Marie Curie in Wales, as part of our biggest ever public campaign to get people talking and planning for death. TalkaboutAs well as using the different resources available, such as […]

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