Helen Rollason Cancer Charity
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The Helen Rollason Heal Cancer Charity aims to provide a network of centres and services that will support and care for individuals touched by cancer and improve their quality of life.
It does this through research, counselling, complementary care and education, working with cancer patients, their families and friends.
The charity does not receive any government funding, and relies solely on donations from the public.
The charity is named after Helen Rollason MBE, the BBC sports journalist who died of cancer in 1999. She shared the opinion of her oncologist, Professor Neville Davidson, that it is not just the cancer that should be treated, but the person as a whole.
Before she died Helen said: “Good quality of life whilst coping with cancer is the most important gift a sick person can receive – it should be available to everyone.”
The charity has opened four cancer centres with a fifth in the pipeline. It also runs a five-day residential programme in Co. Donegal, Ireland, called the Live Well Experience.
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