Rosemère funded a trio of local colorectal and ostomy nurses to attend a national conference.
The Rosemere Cancer Foundation funded Royal Preston Hospital nurses Helen Brookes, Cath Boyle and Maria McEneaney, contributing £438.99 towards their travel and accommodation.
They joined delegates attending the AGM (annual general meeting) of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) in Edinburgh.
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Helen, who applied for funding from the Rosemère Cancer Foundation, said, “ACPGBI members are all specialists in bowel disease, including bowel cancer.
“Attending the Annual General Meeting at the Edinburgh International Conference Center was an opportunity to update our knowledge, particularly with recent advances in the management and treatment of bowel cancer, and to share best practice strategies with colleagues in the UK.
“We are very grateful to the Rosemère Cancer Foundation and its supporters for helping us to be there.
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The Rosemère Cancer Foundation provides cancer treatment and services to patients treated at the Rosemère Cancer Centre, the area’s specialist cancer treatment and radiotherapy center at the Royal Preston Hospital.
It also provides treatment at eight local hospital cancer units in two counties.
The charity funds equipment, clinical research, staff training and services to ensure treatment journeys for cancer patients are more efficient, comfortable and stress-free.
For more information visit – https://rosemere.org.uk/
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