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Merseyside Regional Head and Neck Cancer Centre
How will head or neck cancer affect my life

Head and Neck Cancer Support Group(s)

We are a charitable organisation run by patients and carers based in Merseyside and surrounding areas providing support via support group meetings and online information.

We work closely with the Merseyside Regional Head and Neck Cancer Centre at Aintree University Hospital to give a patient and carers perspective on the research they undertake, to help raise awareness and also fundraise to provide support to others and finance certain research projects.

The HaNC has a very useful and informative website on all aspects of living with Head and Neck Cancer. The website also has inforation and links to other support groups both locally and nationally.

Click on the logo for the website.

Click here for the HaNC website

 

 


 

'Happy Larry's' Laryngectomy Support Group

A support group for Laryngectomy and Tracheostomy patients, their families and friends. Include social events, like swimming, and information & support about life as a Laryngectomee.

Meetings take place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 2pm, at Queen of Martyrs Social Club, Stonebridge Lane, Liverpool L11 9AZ. If you would like further information please contact Mrs Ann Newlands on 0151 547 4926.

If you live out of the area and would like information about your local Laryngectomy Support Group please speak to the Clinical Nurse Specialists who will be more than happy to put you in touch with a group close to home.

 

Patient and Carers Support Group at West Kirby September 2014

September 2014 at West Kirby

At the Lady Lever Art Gallery July 2013

At the Lady Lever Art Gallery July 2013

Patient Support Group at 'The Brink'

Support Group members at 'The Brink' July 2012

Social visit to Museum of Liverpool - 19th April 2012

Getting Cultured at the Museum of Liverpool

First meeting of the patient carer forum.