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Macmillan improves the lives of people affected by cancer locally. We provide practical, medical, emotional and financial support and push for better cancer care. Cancer affects us all. We can all help. We are Macmillan in North Scotland.
We have 55 nurses working in the North of Scotland both in the community and in local hospitals and cancer and palliative care centres. Some of these centres are Macmillan buildings.
We provide financial advice for people affected by cancer living in the Highlands and Grampian with our Macmillan CAB partnership. We also offer grants to help local people who are in financial difficulties. Find out more| .
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Post a cheque made out to 'Macmillan Cancer Support' to:
Macmillan Cancer Support
PO Box 2040
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In Aberdeen and the north east we launched the £4 million Macmillan Roxburghe House Appeal in October 2001, which helped to fund a state of the art cancer and palliative care centre in Aberdeen. The new facility opened in August 2004, and the appeal reached a successful conclusion at Christmas time. The unit was officially opened by former Scotland internationalist Denis Law in July 2005.
In Moray we are fundraising for the Grampian Appeal. Some of this appeal helps fund the costsfor a Macmillan CAB Rights Worker, based in Elgin, to provide benefits advice for residents of Moray.
We also continue to fundraise to provide much needed patient grants to ease the financial burden associated with a diagnosis of cancer for an individualas well as funding the ongoing training and development of existing Macmillan Professionals.
In the Highlands we are raising £1.6 million which is funding the current benefits/financial advice scheme in conjunction with Citizens Advice Bureau, and additional Macmillan health professionals including a lead GP, a consultant oncologist, a palliative care co-ordinator, a nurse consultant and a clinical nurse specialist
Up to December 2007 the Macmillan CAB partnership has successfully accessed over £4.5 million in returns for people affected by cancer in the Highlands.
In the Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland we are continuously fundraising in order to support Macmillan Professionals working in these areas and also to provide patient grants.
Get face-to-face support and information in your local area by visiting a cancer support group or information centre near you.
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