Because no one should have to face cancer alone.

TEAM SOLAN is here to help cancer sufferers take back some control in their life

HOW WE CAN HELP

Once we receive a referral, one of our Warrior Co-Ordinators will contact you to discuss how we can support you. Our support is bespoke to the individual and their family.  We always look at how we can provide long term support and build a relationship with our Warriors.

The support we can provide includes:

- assisting with transport to appointments

- help with your home

- mobility aids

- financial support and signposting

- holistic Therapies

- counselling

- wigs

The above list is not exhaustive and once we have received a Support Request Form we will be able to discuss your support needs with you


Terms & Conditions



The Trustees do NOT fund:

 

People who do not reside in County Durham or Darlington


* Please note that Personal Independence Payment, Disability Living Allowance and Attendance Allowance do not count as income in our calculations.


While these are the general criteria, we do take individual circumstances into account, so please contact us if you require more information.

 



What Team Solan Have Achieved So Far...

 

£204,487

Raised

 

£172,500

in Support

 

2154

People Helped

 

461

Events



Other Ways WE Can Help


FREE Therapy Room


FREE Wig Bank


FREE Monthly Coffee Mornings

  

PREVENTION Is Better Than Cure’

 

Therefore it is important to be aware of any unexplained changes to your body, such as the sudden appearance of a lump, blood in your urine, or a change to your usual bowel habits.

 

These symptoms are often caused by other, non-cancerous illnesses, but it's importantto see your GP as soon as possible so they can investigate.

 

If your GP suspects cancer, they will refer you to see a specialist – usually within two weeks.

 

The specialist will carry out further tests, such as a biopsy or X-ray, and plan any necessary treatment.

 

Other potential signs and symptoms of cancer are outlined below.





Bleeding

 

You should also see your GP if you have any unexplained bleeding.

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Breast Cancer

 

See your GP if you notice a lump in your breast or if you have a lump that's... 

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Bowel Cancer

 

See your GP if you've experienced changes in bowel habits that have... 

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Moles

 

See your GP if you notice any unusual moles, sores, lumps, blemishes... 

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