Dimbleby Cancer Care was established in memory of Broadcaster Richard Dimbleby and exists to offer care and support to people living with cancer and to their families and carers Read more. Dimbleby Cancer Care relies solely on public donations to continue its work.
The real cost of caring
A new study by Dimbleby Cancer Care has looked at the real impact on those caring for a loved one in the last three months of life. As well as the emotional impact of looking after a loved on, carers can provide up to 10-16 hours per day of informal care and have an average of £370 out of pocket expenditure often on medical equipment and care supplies.
To read more, click here.
Dimbleby Cancer Care at the new Cancer Centre at Guy’s
Dimbleby Cancer Care has moved into it’s new home at the new Cancer Centre at Guy’s. You can visit the brand new drop-in Information centre in the Welcome Village on the ground floor. The Dimbleby Centre has a large information area and a suite of consulting, therapy and group activity rooms. All the rooms have been beautifully designed and furnished by local designer Sue King to create a calm, peaceful and welcoming environment. Phase 1 of the project is now complete with the addition of bespoke screens at the entrance of the centre in the coming weeks.
For full details of the new centre or to speak to one of the team, click here.
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CARE AND SUPPORT
The Dimbleby Cancer Care Information and Support Centres at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London offer:
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The Dimbleby Cancer Care Research Fund is one of the UK’s major providers of grants for research into the support and care needs of people affected by cancer.
Dimbleby Cancer Care endowed the Richard Dimbleby Chair of Cancer Research at King’s College London. The current incumbent, Professor Tony Ng, uses tissue imaging techniques to identify the most effective drug treatments for each individual patient.
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