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Living with Kidney Cancer Days

  • Have you been diagnosed with kidney cancer?
  • Would you like to learn more about the current treatments for kidney cancer direct from the experts?
  • Are you interested in meeting other kidney cancer patients or those who have received treatment and recovered?
  • Would you like more information about the support available to kidney cancer patients and their families?

Then come along to one of our Living with Kidney Cancer Days held annually throughout the UK. The aim of these days is to provide patients, their families and carers with much-needed information about surgery for kidney cancer, current drug treatments, research into new treatments, management of side-effects to drugs, the role of the clinical nurse specialist and dietary advice. There is also the opportunity to meet other patients and share experiences, as well as to put questions directly to the experts in an interactive question and answer session.

Email us or ring 01223 870 008 to find out more.

Patients and family members are FREE to attend! Reasonable travel expenses for patients and their families will be paid for by Kidney Cancer UK.

Living with Kidney Cancer Days 2019

We are delighted to have announced our Living With Kidney Cancer Days for 2019.

Newcastle – 1st May, Ashford, Kent- 20th June, Birmingham – 19th September

Belfast – (Date TBA), Aberdeen  – June – (Date TBA), Swansea- October – (Date TBA), Manchester – November – (Date TBA), Glasgow – November – (Date TBA)

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Living with Kidney Cancer Days 2018

Our Living with Kidney Cancer Days in 2018 were held in Exeter, Manchester, Birmingham, Brighton, London, Aberdeen and Stirling.

  • “As always, come away feeling more informed, positive and not alone in this journey.”
    Rose Killick, London 2018
  • “They gave me information that the hospital didn’t!”
    John Taylor, London 2018
  • The information day has helped me realise that I am not alone and that there are people positively dealing with the same issues as me.”
    Nathan Kennedy, Brighton 2018
  • “The most informative point of the process I have had far more than the NHS.”
    Anonymous, Brighton 2018
  • “Bringing people together in similar situations helps widen support and understanding.  Ross Mallett, Manchester 2018

Previous Living with Kidney Cancer Days & Reports

 

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