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That’s Fabulosa

Posted on in Fundraising

More than 28 musicians graced the stage at The Fabulosa Music Festival to raise £6,000 to help local cancer patients. The event was held in aid of the Trinity Holistic Centre at The James Cook University Hospital which provides complementary therapies and support to cancer patients.

Chance for Myeloma patients to meet and get support

Posted on in Community services, Events, Fundraising, Nurses, Support groups, The trust

Up to eighty patients suffering from myeloma are expected to attend a special awareness event at The James Cook University Hospital next week, giving them the opportunity to meet and discuss their experiences of living with the blood cancer. Patients will also get the chance to find out about the wide range of support available to them in Middlesbrough, from complementary therapies to social activities.

Mum thanks Trinity with £4,200

Posted on in Hospitals, Services, Staff, Support groups

A mum-of-two who discovered she had breast cancer thanks to a routine mammogram provided by her employer Marks & Spencer raised £4,200 for a charity close to her heart – with a little help from colleagues and customers of the same store. Karen Laskey, 54, of Ingleby Barwick, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and took the rest of the year off work from her job as a sales assistant as she fought the disease.

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