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Posted: 28th July 2021

Awareness drive aims to spot signs of lung cancer

A new lung cancer awareness campaign is urging people in Lancashire and South Cumbria to Do It For Yourself and act if they spot signs of the disease.

Posted: 16th June 2021

Let ‘Cervical Screening’ save more lives

This week is Cervical Screening Awareness Week (June 14th – June 20th) and health chiefs are raising awareness of the life-saving smear test.

Posted: 12th May 2021

Cancer survivor says: ‘Don’t ignore skin cancer concerns, speak to your GP’

71-year-old Brian from Lancashire noticed a couple of new itchy spots on his back, so he contacted his GP with his concerns. He was then quickly referred to the hospital for further investigations.

Posted: 31st March 2021

COVID-19 didn’t stop a quick cancer diagnosis for Lancashire man

71-year-old Gwam didn’t think he was in danger of serious issues with his lungs, until he developed a cough he could not ignore

Posted: 2nd March 2021

You’re not OVARY-acting. Help Us Help You stay clear of ovarian cancer

People in Lancashire and South Cumbria are being urged to be alert to the warning signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer and contact their GP with any concerns. Early diagnosis saves lives.

Posted: 17th February 2021

A cough could be a sign of cancer, not just Covid

Doctors in Lancashire and South Cumbria are urging residents to not ignore a persistent cough, not every cough is coronavirus (Covid-19) it could also be a symptom of lung cancer.