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The Sussex Cancer Centre

The Sussex Cancer Centre is situated in the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton. It serves a population of approximately one million across the Sussex Cancer Network.

The main function of the Centre is the provision of both radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment.

Contact details for the Sussex Cancer Centre

Sussex Cancer Centre website  

 

Local cancer links

Sussex Cancer Fund
The goals of the fund are to work hand in hand with the NHS to give all Sussex cancer patients the best available treatment and facilities.
www.sussexcancerfund.co.uk

South East Coast Strategic Clinical Network for Cancer
Providing advice, strategic planning & quality improvement support to improve
patient care
www.secscn.nhs.uk/our-networks/cancer 

 

Every Mouthful Counts

A great new cook book especially for cancer patients who have difficulty eating

A new cook book written by Mhairi Donald and Catriona Brooks for people with cancer and their carers to make eating easier. The book thoroughly deals with loss of appetite, feeling full or feeling sick.  It is explained why these unwanted problems arise and provides practical tips on how to overcome these, including a range of recipes that might make you feel better.

Copies or further information are available via the Sussex Cancer Centre website; www.sussexcancerfund.co.uk or on email; scfadministrator@bsuh.nhs.uk or call 01273 664930.