Let’s Talk Cancer
The Let’s Talk Cancer campaign aims to encourage people to make cancer part of their everyday conversations and to dispel the fears surrounding the word cancer.
Talking saves lives, let's talk about it.
Cancer appointments are safe
Please attend if you are asked to.
Together with hospital trusts across the region, Lancashire and South Cumbria Cancer Alliance is reassuring people that it is safe to attend cancer appointments during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. People who are being tested or treated for cancer are being urged to keep their appointments.
New measures are in place to help protect patients and staff from coronavirus, it is important to not delay cancer treatment. Cancer assessment and treatments are still happening during the pandemic.
If you have any concerns about cancer, please contact your GP straight away.
Posted: 14th January 2022
This Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (17-23 January 2022), people in Lancashire and South Cumbria are urged to book their cervical screening appointments. Infection control measures are in place to protect patients and ensure screening appointments…
Posted: 22nd December 2021
Lancashire and South Cumbria Cancer Alliance is reassuring people that it is still safe to attend cancer appointments. Cancer has been a priority throughout the pandemic and the NHS will continue to prioritise cancer services as we manage the Omicron…
Posted: 13th October 2021
More than 1,000 people in Blackpool, who are aged between 55 and 74 and have ever smoked, have been offered a special lung health MOT check.