Close Dialog Window
Close Dialog Window

Latest from Twitter

Learn How to Draw & Paint - New Art Sessions by Amanda McIntyre at The Millennium Centre Meeting Room on Monday and… https://t.co/rs9UyRmCjg
6 days ago

MUSICAL MEMORIES STHELENS SINGING GROUP FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA 'SPECIAL EVENTS' 19 JAN 2018 KARAOKE WITH VIV & EN… https://t.co/EpUVo2dFX0
1 week ago

🎧MUSICAL MEMORIES 🎤🎤 ST HELENS SINGING GROUP FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA. ALTERNATE FRIDAYS 2PM - 4PM AT THE UNITED RE… https://t.co/VxMBd4nWvE
1 week ago

Cancer

I think that I might have symptoms of cancer - what should I do?

Make an appointment with your GP for a check-up - early detection of cancers is critical to their successful treatment.

The Health Improvement Team run a programme called ‘Get Checked’ that works with local people to increase early detection of breast, lung and bowel cancers.

More information about cancer and symptoms can be accessed via Macmillan Cancer Support , St Helens Cancer Support Group and Cancer Research UK.

Related Questions

Comments and Suggestions
If you could please rate this page and provide any comments about this page or the site in general below, it will help us improve the site for others in the future.
Rate this Page: 123450/5
Comments:

Related Organisations

Healthy Living Team
Macmillan Cancer Support

Subscribe to our newsletter
All the latest St Helens Gateway news and updates delivered directly to your inbox.