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Have you had difficulty eating and swallowing as a result of throat cancer? (Appeal for volunteers to help with research)

We have been approached by a team based at the University College London who are working on a new technological device that would help people …

Family sponsored walk raises £700 in memory of loved one lost to throat cancer

Earlier this year the family of George Philip Gill, organised a family sponsored walk and raised an amazing £700, in memory of George, sadly lost …

Singer devastated at being told to stop singing, after throat cancer diagnosis

In April 2020, Gerard Dillon, a professional singer from Liverpool, noticed changes in his voice as it had started to sound hoarse.  In his line …

‘The Food Manifesto’ launches as founder teaches herself to eat and enjoy food again after throat cancer

Yvonne McClaren is founder of the ‘No Feeding Tubes movement’ and ‘The Food Manifesto’, an organisation she set up, after she was diagnosed with a …

Paul’s story

In 2011, Paul Barr from Coventry, started to get a sore throat, but despite taking over the counter throat lozenges from his local pharmacy, the …

The Kiltwalk Returns

The KiltWalk Returns On Sunday 26th of September 2021 the lengendary ‘KiltWalk’ returns and we hope you will don your Kilt, to become one of the …

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