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Living With Kidney Cancer Patient Day – Leeds

by | May 29, 2024 | Kidney Cancer News | 0 comments

Kidney Cancer UK are delighted to announce the return of, in July 2024 as physical events, our free Living With Kidney Cancer Patient Information Days.

Pre-Covid-19, we regularly ran our Living With Kidney Cancer Patient Information Days across the country from Southampton to Stirling (main picture from 2018) and from London to Edinbrugh they were incredibly popular to to the whole kidney cancer community.

So, it is wonderful to announce the return of these incredibly popular days starting with our first one on Monday, July 8th 2024 at Maggie’s Yorkshire in Leeds. The day is open to patients, their carers and family members and will include refreshments.

The *agenda is as follows

  • 9:00 Reception
  • 9.25 WelcomeHazel Jackson – Kidney Cancer UK Nurse
  • 9:30 Maggie’s
  • 10.00 Drug Treatment for Kidney Cancer: choice & combinations – Dr Christy Ralph – Associate Professor Medical Oncology – Leeds Teaching Hospital
  • 10:35 Surgical treatments of kidney cancer– Mr Michael Kimuli, MBChB, FRCS (Urol), PhD – Leeds Teaching Hospital
  • 11.05 Break
  • 11:20 The role of the CNSJoanne Simpson, CNS for advanced kidney cancer
  • 11.55 Patient speakerGary Lovelace
  • 12:30 CloseMalcolm Packer CEO Kidney Cancer UK

The event is limited to 25 places so please don’t book until you are sure you can attend and please do not turn up on the day without a prebooked  ticket.

To book your free place please use the link below.

Book your ticket here

We look forward to welcoming you and announcing more Living With Kidney Cancer Patient Information Days shortly.

*Agenda is subject to change with out notice.

<a href="" target="_self">Malcolm Packer</a>

Malcolm Packer

Malcolm is Chief Executive Officer at Kidney Cancer UK and Kidney Cancer Scotland and has worked with the charity in various capacities for over 15 years.