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For patients battling cancer it can be a lonely journey, and they often lack basic medical, practical and emotional support. At ACS we understand the vital need to support patients, and therefore assign a support worker to each patient, whose role is to provide practical assistance such as referrals, meals and equipment as well as emotional support including companionship, therapy referrals, or simply a listening ear.

Support workers provide patients with a consistent source of support, care and love throughout their cancer journey, thus improving patients’ wellbeing and chances of survival.

This support has only been possible with the generous funding from the Childwick Trust and Shoresh Charitable Trust.