Due to the impact COVID-19 has had on large gatherings and events, we had to cancel our two patient conferences in 2020. However, as an alternative, we arranged for some of the informative speakers to come to you!

Webinar series

MOVE Against Cancer - Gemma Hillier-Moses, founder of MOVE and cancer rehab specialist

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'Squashing My Sarcoma' - Krista Bose, medical student and former osteosarcoma patient

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The Late Effects Clinic - Emma Hallam, specialist radiographer and co-founder of Late Effects Clinic at Nottingham City Hospital

Watch webinar here.

Proton Beam Therapy - Mark Reed, specialist radiographer and key worker at the Proton Beam Therapy Centre at Christie Hospital, Manchester

Watch webinar here.

Charlene Young, osteosarcoma survivor and member of Black Women Rising.

Watch webinar here.

Monika Siemicka, specialist dietitian with extensive oncology and Teenage Young Adult experience.

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Fertility & cancer - Dr Cheryl Fitzgerald, consultant gynaecologist at St Mary's Hospital, Manchester and Becki McGuinness, osteosarcoma survivor and founder of Cancer and Fertility UK.

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The Psychological Implications of Cancer - Carol Hughes, Macmillan Counsellor from Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham.

Watch webinar here.

Professor Richard Harding, Herbert Dunhill Professor of Palliative Care & Rehabilitation at King's College, London.

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Dave & Barbara Harley - a reflection on Dave's Ewing sarcoma diagnosis 37 years on.

Watch webinar here.

Sarah Dransfield - body confidence and positivity.

Watch webinar here.

Kate Surman - recognising resilience in the face of adversity.

Watch webinar here.

Changing Faces - Julie Carr.

Watch webinar here.

Managing the fear of recurrence - Carol Hughes, Macmillan Counsellor from Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham.

Watch webinar here.

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