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Newly diagnosed cancer patients

Have you, or someone you know, been diagnosed with cancer? Help is at hand.

Below you will find a set of resources for people for people who have just been diagnosed with cancer.

You will also find the contact details for our cancer support team who can help you with any non-medical concerns you may have.

The Cancer Support Team at Addenbrooke’s is here to support you throughout your experience of cancer. Contact us on 01223 274801, email cancer support, or complete our online form to access the help you need. We can provide support on a wide range of non-medical issues including financial, emotional and practical support.



Rehabilitation and Exercise during Addenbrookes Cancer Treatment

Keeping physically active and participating in Exercise during your Cancer treatment has been shown to:

  • Reduce treatment-related side-effects (fatigue, nausea, pain, depression, anxiety)
  • Reduce the risk of developing other long term health conditions (Coronary Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity and Osteoporosis).

Improve quality of life. Improve Cancer survival!

Contact Nicola Day, our Senior Physiotherapist and Cancer Exercise Specialist for more information on one to one assessment, group exercise classes, and exercise education sessions on : 01223 349294 or email REACT.