Listed below are other organizations and web-based resources for patients, families and caregivers that may be helpful.
The British Liver Trust
The British Liver Trust is a national charity working to reduce the impact of liver disease in the UK through support, information and research.
Cancer Research UK
Largest volunteer supported cancer research organisation in the world.
CanLiv – The Hepatobiliary Cancers Foundation
An American based foundation dedicated to bile duct, gall bladder and liver cancers – working with doctors, researchers and patients.
The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation
An American based foundation with a website offering contact with others involved with cholangiocarcinoma to share information and support.
Pancreatic Cancer Action
A charity working to increase the awareness of pancreatic cancer within the general population, the medical community and the Government.
Look Good …Feel Better
Helping to support women with cancer by offering free expert workshops and advice on appearance-related topics such as skincare, make-up, wig selection and styling, scarf tying, nail care, etc.
Macmillan Cancer Relief
Provides expert information with practical and emotional support.
With locations planned across the UK, Maggie’s Centre is a place to turn to for free help with any of the problems, small or large, associated with cancer.
Marie Curie Cancer Care
The UK’s most comprehensive cancer care charity.
Penny Brohn Cancer Care
(formerly The Bristol Cancer Help Centre) Leaders in the field of holistic cancer care.
Rarer Cancers Foundation
A charity which directly supports patients who have been diagnosed with one of the less common or rarer cancers, with bespoke information. Also working to ensure that everyone with rarer or less common cancers receives the best possible care at all stages.
Information on non-invasive CyberKnife radiosurgery and on-line treatment enquiry service for doctors and patients to a choice of centres.
Travel/medical insurance –
For details of companies able to supply travel insurance to those with a serious or terminal diagnosis, please contact AMMF on 01371 811811 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMMF has no relationship with any of the organisations listed here, other than the reciprocal imparting of information. Links are provided for information only.