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Nottingham Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Appeal

It’s a word that initially strikes fear and anxiety in all of us and the disease can come in many forms. But thanks to your donations and the efforts of hundreds of fundraising volunteers we’re providing extra support for the great strides towards early diagnosis, finding ever more effective treatments and providing better facilities for our patients. Because we’re a local charity your donations are going directly to our local Nottingham hospitals, improving the quality of, and helping save the lives of our loved ones.

Total raised for this appeal so far...

£275,000 raised towards our £430,000 goal

Working with Medical Professionals

Adult cancers can strike anyone, anytime, but the earlier the diagnosis the better the chance of a successful outcome. Nottingham Hospitals Charity is working with medical professionals to raise awareness of the disease by providing information about cancers in addition to funds for research, treatments and patient facilities.

 

Breast Cancer

Every minute one woman in the UK is diagnosed with breast cancer; information that can deeply affect individuals and families. We need to raise £50,000 a year to support the detection, diagnosis and targeted treatment, efforts for which the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust is receiving national acclaim. By requesting that your donation goes directly to this cause you are helping local patients to cope with this condition.

 

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer affects 50,000 men each year with 10,000 dying from the disease, yet it can often be successfully treated if caught early. Research is essential to improve diagnosis and cancer management; finding ways to raise awareness with effective information is equally important. Fathers, sons, brothers, husbands are potentially vulnerable; your donations can support future safeguarding.

Every minute, your support makes a difference