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When Gary was diagnosed with prostrate cancer, he said the news hit him and his wife “like a ton of bricks”. While talking to his GP about how he felt, it was suggested that he contact Helen Rollason Cancer Charity. He’d heard of Helen Rollason but knew nothing of the charity. That was five years ago and, after an initial conversation with the Support Services Team, he has been a client ever since.
While undergoing cancer treatment in 2020, Carol drove past Helen Rollason’s centre in Hatfield Peverel and decided to call in and speak to someone. She is so glad she did. The staff she spoke to were so welcoming and helpful, and she has not looked back. She was diagnosed with breast cancer, had surgery then started radiotherapy treatment in 2020. Luckily, she was able to have several treatments at the Helen Rollason centre before the
Jenny has been one of our clients for almost two years; she has asked us to share her story and the difference our support makes for her with the people who have made it possible: people like you. “The discovery of my cancer is unusual to say the least, my cat decided she would like a cuddle and accidently knocked my chest causing discomfort and pain. Then I found the lump in my breast. My
We are calling on everyone in our community to play a vital role in helping us to fundraise which will allow us to continue enabling quality of life while living with cancer.