The Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association will bring cancer awareness information to the local communities across the Island. The Ambulance Service has once again provided us with a vehicle – the Information Ambulance will be equipped with a range of information materials, with health professionals on board to help answer any questions you may have relating to the signs & symptoms of cancer or cancer screening. It also has a private area where people can discuss any concerns in confidence.
If you have a question about cancer that has been bothering you for a while, something that you feel is too ‘trivial’ or ‘silly’ to bother the doctor about? Maybe you haven’t had the time to make an appointment with the GP to ask your question. Drop by and see us to find out the answer whilst you’re out and about.
The Awareness Ambulance will be in the following locations:
- Port Erin Shoprite Car Park, on Monday 4th September from 10 am – 4 pm
- Ramsey Shoprite Car Park on Tuesday 5th September from 10 am – 4 pm
- Peel Shoprite Car Park on Wednesday 6th September from 10 am – 4 pm
- Douglas Shoprite Car Park Thursday 7th September from 10 am – 4 pm
Bringing this service to the Island Community is just part of the work the IOM Anti-Cancer Association is doing on the Isle of Man.
IOM Anti-Cancer Association also raises money to fund research into cancer, its causes and its treatment; and fund equipment at Hospitals in the UK that provide treatment to Manx patients. You can find out more about the Association, by contacting Sandy Denning on 252725, emailing at IOMAnticancer@gmail.com or visiting the website www.iomaca.org.im.
A big thank you to the Isle of Man Ambulances Service, Bill Castelow, Shoprite and local Commissioners for supporting this initiative. It is very much appreciated! We couldn’t do it without you!