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This web site or any of the links from it are not intended as a replacement for medical care.  To this end we are unable to offer any information regarding specific medical conditions/diagnosis.  Every effort has been made to make sure the info on this site is accurate CHORLEYS ANGELS canít accept liability for any of the information supplied by the links on this site.  Chorleys Angels is not a charity, neither is it able to offer monetary assistance for visitors suffering financial hardship as a result of their diagnosis.

Travel Insurance

Macmillans Cancerline produces a fact sheet on affordable travel insurance for people with Cancer.  If you would like a copy please contact cancerline free on 08085 808 2020

Care standards for Yonger Women

On 2nd March, Breast Cancer Care launched a new standards of care for Younger Women with Breast Cancer.  (taken from a report in latest issue of Breast Cancer Care News. If you would like a copy contact Breast Cancer Care direct or email


Chrissie Rayner has written a book to help women get through breast cancer. She had a mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and Tamoxifen in 2000-2001 and is now on Arimidex. Her book
is on Cancer Research UK's list of recommended reading and has
received fantastic reviews. If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the book or would like more information then please visit her web site.  The Foreword was written by Breast Cancer Care's head of trustees and they receive 50p per sold copy.
---please visit her web site at---


The Breast Cancer site is having trouble getting enough people to click on it daily
to meet their quota of donating at least one free mammogram a day to an
underprivileged woman.

It takes less than a minute to go to their site and click on "donating a mammogram"
for free (pink window in the middle). This doesn't cost you a thing. Their
corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate mammogram
in exchange for advertising.

Visit the site for more information

(why not send an E-mail to your friends asking them to visit the site also)


Cancer and Careers

For more information visit web site on

Younger Womenís Forum..... Breast Cancer Care held a Younger Womenís Forum in Brighton on the 5th and 6th of October. Covering topics such as a medical overview of younger womenís issues, diet and nutrition, and massage and aromatherapy. It also offered topic based discussion sessions, and an evening dinner with entertainment, giving participants a chance to talk to others who have had a similar experience.

The programme was professionally supported by health professionals and trained volunteers.

I have been advised by Lisa Grosser of Breast Cancer Care that the forum was a great success and that other forums may be planned for the near future in other parts of the country.


Cancer related fatigue - time to talk!

For a copy of these findings please contact Catharyne Teague at Ortho Biotech UKI on 020 8860 9261

Information found in Cancer Voices news magazine 2004

What do you think?

Readers with access to the internet are needed to give their views on the Cancer Support Web Site which is being updated. Please take a few moments to click on www.cancersupport.nhs and then E-mail your views on the friendliness and value of site to

(Information taken from CancerVOICES newsletter)

United Devices

Visit the web site to find out how you can use your computer to help with the research into cures for Cancer

Finding your way to the help you need

For help in finding out what financial assistance may be available to you, donít be afraid to ask the advice of local cancer support groups in your area who are there to help, Citizens Advice Bureaux and the health professionals you come into contact with, or contact the Macmillan Cancerline on 0800 808 2020 for further information about Macmillan patient grants.

(Taken from Cancerlink News)


If your are interested in selling Ribbons for Breast Cancer Care please contact them via the web site.  Alternatively if you are thinking of organising your own fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness month they can also provide you with posters, balloons etc.,

No doubt there will be the usual goodies in the shops that contribute some or all the profits to Breast Cancer related charities. Asda usually have a range of clothing, food and pampering products on their shelves.

Keep your eyes open in the shops and do your bit for charity!


Christmas is fast approaching and all the leading Cancer Charities are selling Christmas Cards, In the past I have purchased several packs from Breast Cancer Care - some lovely designs and CancerBACUP.  All leading stores are also stocking Charity Christmas Cards with a percentage of the profits being donated to a variety of charities.

Alternatively, you could surprise someone special with an E-Card, why not use the link on CHORLEYS ANGELS home page.

Please contact me if you would like any other forthcoming events, dates for your diaries or other information that may be of use to visitors of this site added to this section.