Drivers on Drivers

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Porter Press International is supporting Hope for Tomorrow with their latest book Driver on Driver. Drivers on Drivers features some of the greatest names in motor racing speaking candidly about their biggest rivals as well as their heroes, teammates and friends. It is a unique concept, with those interviewed ranging… Read more »

A New Look and Feel for Hope for Tomorrow

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Hope for Tomorrow have recently undertaken a review of our brand and general look and feel. Our old logo, strapline and brand have served us well, but as we continue to push the boundaries of patient-centric cancer care, we felt it was important to update our image, purpose and brand… Read more »

Next generation mobile cancer care unit

Hope for Tomorrow launches ‘world first’ next generation unit for mobile cancer care

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New unit enables access to wider option of vital remote healthcare treatment On Friday 5th November, Hope for Tomorrow launched their next generation state-of-the-art fully mobile medical cancer care unit, a ‘world first’ in healthcare innovation, designed to change the way care is delivered. In a unique partnership with the… Read more »

Dear Chancellor of the Exchequer and Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

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Re: One Cancer Voice charities call for clarity on workforce funding announced in the Spending Review We are following up our letter of 8th October to seek clarity and assurance that the announcement in the Spending Review: “The government will provide hundreds of millions of pounds in additional funding over… Read more »

A Letter to the Prime Minister from One Cancer Voice

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An urgent call from One Cancer Voice group of cancer charities for the Comprehensive Spending Review to deliver Government commitments to improve cancer survival & care Cancer affects every family across the UK. 1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime and incidence is disproportionately high among… Read more »

Delivering Patient-Centric Cancer Care in Rural West Yorkshire.

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Airedale NHS Foundation Trust – a case study for the use of Mobile Cancer Care Units When Airedale NHS Foundation Trust needed a way to better serve their wide catchment area of cancer patients, they reached out to Hope for Tomorrow. Securing the use of a mobile cancer care unit… Read more »

Leaving a Legacy of Hope.

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Liz Murray has been involved with Hope for Tomorrow since before the start of our partnership with United Lincolnshire NHS Trust. Before retiring, Liz was a Consultant Oncologist who, with her colleagues, started to look at how they could expand their cancer care treatments given that the region is so rural. Liz remembers consulting with patients and everyone was interested in mobile care… Read more »

Hope for Tomorrow Impact Report 2021

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As a charity which receives no government funding, we can only do what we do with your support, and demonstrating the impact we can make through your generosity is incredibly important. In a year where the NHS has been put under immense pressure, we recognise the resilience and flexibility shown… Read more »

Barchester Care Homes Collect Clothes for Cancer Care and support Hope for Tomorrow

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“The cause just seemed to resonate with people. To be able to have your treatment come to a location closer to you, just makes total sense” When Kieran Baines, Customer Relationship Manager at Barchester Healthcare first heard about Hope for Tomorrow in May 2021 it was at a time when… Read more »

Concern for cancer patients as restrictions in England end

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The end of Covid-19 restrictions in England today could mean anything but Freedom for cancer patients and their families. For many their cancer, or their treatment for cancer, means even two doses of a vaccine leaves them less protected from serious illness resulting from Covid than the general public. Today,… Read more »