Mobile Cancer Care – Changing the future of cancer treatment.

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It has been well publicised that the challenges faced by the NHS throughout the Covid-19 pandemic reach far beyond the direct impact of the virus. Research shows that more than 650,000 people with cancer in the UK (22%) have experienced disruption to their cancer treatment or care because of Covid-19…. Read more »

Newsletter – April 2021

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A NEW WAY OF KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH TEAM HOPE Hello Over at Team Hope HQ there’s so much happening that we’re sure you’d like to hear about, so we’re introducing e-Newsletters. This means you can keep up to date more regularly on the difference your support is making, what… Read more »

George Estates are helping to raise funds for Hope for Tomorrow

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If you have been spring cleaning and want to get rid of some items of clothing, then George Estates is the place to drop them! Team Hope is delighted to have secured three clothes banks at George Estates locations in Tetbury, Chippenham and Marlborough. Donated clothes are a great way… Read more »

Tina Seymour CEO Hope for Tomorrow, Joining the national One Cancer Voice campaign

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As a cancer charity, we’ve faced significant challenges during the pandemic over the past year. But now we’re looking forward, focusing on what we can do to markedly improve the cancer journey for our patients. Being part of national campaign One Cancer Voice is a huge step forward. We have… Read more »

Hope for Tomorrow Joins One Cancer Voice

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Hope for Tomorrow has joined 46 other cancer charities to tell the governments a united message: we are ready to work with you to help plot a route out of the pandemic, and towards world leading cancer services. “It’s a very important time for us to keep moving forward with… Read more »

Husband and wife complete the 1000 mile challenge – and are planning more!

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Linda and Barry Stock are enjoying taking on the Hope for Tomorrow 1000 mile challenge, and have already completed their goal, with more miles to come before the challenge ends in June. Barry, 59, and Linda, 57, have both been enjoying walking during lockdown. Barry is currently working from home,… Read more »

Press Release – Ann, 75, living her ‘best life’ thanks to mobile cancer treatment

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4 March 2021 Ann Leigh, 75, from Holt, has terminal cancer, but has hailed Hope for Tomorrow’s Mobile Cancer Units in Norfolk as ‘transformational’ as she undergoes regular cancer treatment during the COVID pandemic. Ann needs to receive cancer treatment as part of her routine for the rest of her… Read more »

Press Release – Mother and daughter meet up for socially distanced cancer treatment and a cup of tea

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4 March 2021 Alison Day and her mother Gail Jose have both been undergoing cancer treatment during the COVID pandemic on a special mobile unit run by charity Hope for Tomorrow that offers clinically vulnerable cancer patients a safe haven to continue their treatments. Alison, 47 and Gail, 78 live… Read more »

Bristol Myers Squibb Donate £750,000 to support Hope for Tomorrow on their cancer care mission

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At the start of January we hinted at some exciting announcements to look out for in 2021, and this is the first of them. Last Year Hope for Tomorrow submitted a funding application to Pharmaceutical company, Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) and we are delighted to say that our application was… Read more »

Winter Newsletter Issue 24

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Winter Newsletter Thank you for your support during these unusual times, with your generosity we are continuing to maintain the service of our Mobile Cancer Care Units. No Matter how you have decided to support us, fundraising, donations or virtual challenges, we could not continue without your support. Here is… Read more »