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Leading experts in oncology came together for this year’s Because I need more than medicine conference
Susannah was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of months after her wedding. Susannah attended the Living Well course with her husband between finishing chemotherapy and starting surgery. They totally embraced what they had learnt and how they could carry into their lives together. Susannah described Penny Brohn UK as ‘a real life saver’.
Kath was diagnosed with metastatic neuroendocrine cancer of the small bowel in 2015. Despite the shock of being diagnosed Kath was determined to live life to the full with plenty of experiences and opportunities along the way. One of those new opportunities is volunteering for Penny Brohn UK.
Move Dance Feel helps women affected by cancer to reconnect with their bodies and access group support.
Over 420 people in Bristol donned the purple t-shirts and walked the six-mile route to support people living with cancer.
The event was attended by BAFTA winning actress Suranne Jones who is an ambassador of Penny Brohn UK; actress Lucy Briers; and Sarina Taylor actress and wife to Queen drummer Roger Taylor