Cancer Awareness Radio Features
Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association has a monthly cancer awareness feature on Manx Radio. This feature is on the first Thursday of the month and is on the Late Show with Andy Wint, at approximately 10.30pm.
The feature covers a range of topics relating to cancer awareness. If you missed a previous month’s feature or would like to listen again, please click on the links below:
Getting information on cancer
I’ve found a lump!
Leukaemia Cancer Awareness
Childhood Cancers Awareness
Skin Cancer Awareness
Bowel Cancer Awareness
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness
Stomach Cancer Awareness
Cervical Cancer Awareness
Lung Cancer Awareness
Testicular Cancer Awareness
Breast Cancer Awareness
Prostate Cancer Awareness
Lifestyle & Cancer
General Cancer Awareness
Skin Cancer Awareness
Good Habits from an Early Age – May 2016
Bowel Cancer Awareness – April 2016
Ovarian Cancer Awareness – March 2016
Cancer and Alcohol – February 2016
Cancer Good News Stories and New Years Resolutions – January 2016
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness with Consultant Mr Tebala – December 2015
Red and Processed Meats and your Cancer Risk – November 2015
Breast Cancer Awareness with Angie Aire (Breast Cancer Now IOM) – October 2015
‘I’ve got a cough!’ – September 2015
Cervical Cancer Awareness – August 2015
Importance of diagnosing cancer early – July 2015
Skin cancer awareness feature – June 2015
Lifestyle & cancer, featuring Dawn Henley from Public Health – May 2015
Thank you to Andy Wint, Ben Hartley and the Manx Radio team for allowing us the opportunity to promote cancer awareness in this regular feature.
If you would like to get involved in organising a fundraising event for Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association, please contact us at 07624 252725 or IOMAnticancer@gmail.com.
The Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association is a member of the Council of Cancer Charities (CCC). For more information about the CCC click here. To see the calendar of events for all CCC organisations, click here.
Support from the MCISS
We hope you find the information that you need. If there is anything you can’t find, please contact the Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service (MCISS).
They can be found at the Main Entrance to Noble’s Hospital in Douglas, and are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4:30pm. You can contact them by phone on 01624 650735 or email them.