Cancer Support Scotland
Cancer Support Scotland provide emotional and practical support - on a one-to-one basis and through community based groups - to anyone affected by cancer including family, friends and carers.
About Cancer Support Scotland
All of the services are provided free of charge to cancer patients and their families and help them to deal with the disease from diagnosis through to aftercare and onwards. We aim to supplement the treatments provided by the NHS to help our clients deal with their situation through therapies that encourage relaxation and focus on emotional welfare.
The Calman Cancer Support Centre is situated in the Gartnavel Hospital Complex and 2 minutes walk from The Beatson. The building itself is a beautifully restored Grade B Listed building, formally the Royal Gartnavel Chapel - which was designed and built by well renowned architect John James Burnet.
We try to help as many clients as we can through a range of services provided by dedicated, fully qualified staff and practitioners.
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