Anthony Nolan Trust
The Anthony Nolan Trust takes back lives from leukaemia and bone
marrow failure by managing, and recruiting new donors to the UK's
most successful bone marrow register.
The BMA website is dedicated to the guidance of the medical profession.
The public and patients also have access to this site for the
most up to date knowledge of the medical current issues in the
is part of Cancer Research and is a reliable source of patient information on cancer from symptoms, treatments, research to coping during and after treatment. They also have useful links to articles and journals on complementary therapies.
Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
CNHC's key function is to protect the public by means of regulating qualified complementary healthcare practitioners through a UK-wide register. The CNHC website lists the complementary therapies currently eligible for CNHC registration, which are: Massage Therapy, Nutritional Therapy, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Shiatsu, Alexander Technique teaching, Yoga Therapy, Bowen Therapy, Sports & Remedial Therapy. Some other disciplines are currently working towards CNHC regulation, and these are listed on the CNHC website. The CNHC check qualifications of complementary health practitioners in these disciplines, who can only be registered if they have the appropriate training and qualifications. Once registered, their names will be added to the CNHC Register of Practitioners. This means that the general public, and those who commission the services of complementary healthcare practitioners, will be able to choose with confidence by looking for the CNHC quality mark.
Macmillan Cancer Support
offer helpful cancer information and support near you through information on cancer, treatments, benefits advice, support centres and mobile centres touring the UK.
Under one roof you can access help with information, benefits advice, psychological support both individually and in groups, courses and stress reducing strategies. You donít have to make an appointment, or be referred and everything we offer is free of charge. It is there for anybody who feels the need for help, which includes those who love and look after someone with cancer. Maggies Centres are throughout the country, Londonís Maggies Centre is situated at Londonís Charing Cross Hospital.
Paul DíAuria Centre
is a charity based in Clapham, South West London offering a warm and welcoming environment for anyone affected by cancer. Free services included one-to-one counselling, complementary therapies, stress reducing strategies, group classes and telephone helpline.
Penny Brohn Cancer Care
The Bristol Approach works hand-in-hand with medical treatment,
providing a unique combination of physical, emotional and spiritual
support using complementary therapies and self-help techniques.
Sickle Cell Society
provides information, support and counselling for those with Sickle Cell Disorder and their families.