21 April 2020
- living with cancer, have had cancer in the past, or are worried that you have cancer
- a relative, friend or carer of someone living with cancer
this FAQ document contains the latest guidance from cancer charities on staying safe and accessing treatment/diagnosis.
We have also created this short walk through video to help our patients know what to expect when they arrive for appointments at the Berkshire Cancer Centre:
The Berkshire Cancer Centre is one of two cancer centres in the Thames Valley area, providing cancer services to people across Berkshire and areas of South Oxfordshire. We supply chemotherapy, radiotherapy and palliative care services and offer support for patients and their relatives via our Macmillan information centre.
Cancer Care Map
Cancercaremap.org is an online directory that helps people find cancer care and support services in their local area. People with cancer, their friends and family can either search for a service or can browse the types of services available. It uses stories and videos to show how the services have benefited other people living with cancer and sign-posts services across the country whether they are charity funded, community based or NHS led. www.cancercaremap.org
Cancer rehabilitation service
We recently created this video to help our patients understand what the service offers and how you can get involved:
For more information about the service please click here.
More information about our department and how to find us.
Adelaide Ward is a specialist oncology and haematology ward
Treating patients with cancer across Berkshire.
Find out more about our opening times and clinics
More information about the support we can give you
Delivering both outpatient and in-patient radiotherapy treatment across Berkshire
More information about research and development in the Trust
Please click here for more information on the different types of cancer