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of Cancer Research
Freepost LON 922
London SW7 3YY
Call us on
0800 731 9468
Fax us on
020 7970 6018
If you would like further information on The Institute
and its work, then please contact us.
The following organisations provide information about prostate,
testicular and other cancers:
- CancerBACUP -
British Association of Cancer United Patients
Cancer Information Service,
3 Bath Place, London EC2A 3JR
Tel: 0808 800 1234
Cancer Relief Web Site
Macmillan CancerLine is a freephone helpline which provides information and emotional
support for people living with cancer; how to access Macmillan services from
nursing to grants, finding local self help and support groups and identifying
the right information and organisations to
The line is open Monday to Friday between 9am and 6pm.
Freephone: 0808 808 20 20
Textphone: 0808 808 0121
- Prostate Cancer
3 Angel Walk, London W6 9HX
Confidential Helpline: 0845 300 8383
- Everyman Support Group
Wendy Gough, Everyman supporter, offers help, advice and awareness talks.
01727 730 652
sources of information on the Internet
- Patient Information Publications
- List of Self-Help and Support Groups health issues, including
all forms of cancer (UK)
- Gilda's Club
14 Bury Place, London 020 7833 8322
Gilda's Club will provide a place where men, women, teenagers
and children with cancer and their families and friends can meet.
It will offer support and networking groups, lectures, workshops
and social events: stress management, relaxation and information.
- Surgery Door
A comprehensive site for general medical information
- Council of Cancer Charities
Supporters of Everyman and The Institute of Cancer Research's SAFE Campaign, this website
offers a forum for the Isle of Man's leading cancer charities to communicate and co-ordinate
Phil Morris, Everyman supporter, and a number of his friends, describe their experience
of testicular cancer and offer their advice.
Tim Stollery, Everyman supporter, gives his story.
Allan Mills, Everyman supporter, gives his story.
Prostate and testicular awareness campaign, in association with Everyman.
Please note: The information presented
on the web sites listed here is not under the control of The Institute
of Cancer Research and should only be used to support, not replace,
the advice of your own doctor. The Institute of Cancer Research
cannot accept any responsibility for the misuse of this information.