News

9th June 2020
A group of volunteers have been helping to ensure cancer patients continue to receive treatment throughout the pandemic by offering a delivery service for oral chemotherapy tablets.
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8th June 2020
The keys to Cheshire & Merseyside’s major new specialist cancer hospital in Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter have officially been handed over to the NHS, following the completion of construction.
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8th June 2020
When nursing student Rebecca Norman found out about an opportunity to join the frontline of the NHS to support the response to coronavirus, she didn’t hesitate for a second.
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4th June 2020
The Government has now updated its guidance and have said that people who are shielding can now go outdoors for exercise as long as strict social distancing is maintained. Our Clinical Director for Integrated Care Dr Caroline Brammer has recorded a short video to explain what this updated guidance means for people with cancer who are being treated at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.
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1st June 2020
Monday 1st June marks Dietitians Week, an annual celebration to highlight the work dietitians, dietetics and those that support them do. Here at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre we have a team of 8 Dietitians and a Dietetic Assistant working as part of our wider Cancer Rehabilitation and Support Team (CReST) to provide specialised support and education to our patients.
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20th May 2020
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre has become the first centre in the world to recruit a patient with a cancer affecting the central nervous system (CNS) to an early-phase clinical trial of a pioneering new therapy.
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18th May 2020
A major new specialist cancer hospital is set to open in Liverpool on 27th June to play a vital role in the second phase of the NHS response to coronavirus (COVID-19) by providing dedicated capacity for cancer care. The new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool (CCC-L) will ensure the NHS in Cheshire and Merseyside is well placed to resume normal clinical activity by providing protected facilities for people with cancer, many of whom are particularly at risk if they catch coronavirus.
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7th May 2020
This VE Day, we’re celebrating members of our team and their loved ones who have served in the Armed Forces, and giving thanks for their contribution to our society and the NHS.
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7th May 2020
Professor Arthur Sun Myint has dedicated his oncology career to treating patients with rectal cancer.
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29th April 2020
People in Cheshire and Merseyside who suspect that they may have cancer are being assured by the local NHS that they can still be seen by their doctor for further investigation or treatment during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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