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The Northampton General Hospital haematology unit provides care for people with cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Help us to raise money to build an updated and vastly improved haematology unit so we can help even more people.
The expected cost of the project is £2.2 million. Northampton General Hospital will contribute £650,000. Macmillan needs to raise £1.55m. Every contribution brings us a step closer. Please give a gift.|
The team at the haematology unit at Northampton General Hospital see more than 6,500 follow-up patients and over 2,000 day patients every year.
It’s a number they’re already struggling with, especially in the cramped, inadequate conditions of the unit.
The demand on the unit is increasing every day because of the growing population of Northampton and the surrounding areas. Today, this population stands at 360,000. By 2012, it will be 410,000.
By giving a donation, you can help us to build a vastly improved haematology unit. Your money will make it possible for people with cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma to receive the care they deserve in a comfortable and relaxing environment.
Simply, you’ll change their lives.
The environment in which someone receives their diagnosis, treatment and follow up care greatly affects their response to treatment and prospects for the future.
Currently, patients attending the haematology unit at Northampton General Hospital receive treatment and support in cramped, unwelcoming conditions that are simply inadequate. An extended and refurbished unit would dramatically change this. It would provide:
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