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The Cancer Experience Panel: shaping future cancer care

From the initial fear in diagnosis, to the hope that treatment gives, the sometimes brutal reality that treatments impart upon the body and mind, through to the life transforming after effects or the process end of life care. 939 more words

Scotland

TCAT Looking to Hire after Announcement of Summer Service Cuts

ITHACA NY- Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit, the TCAT Bus looks to hire drivers after summer service cuts to 21 of 33 routes.

On Monday April 11, TCAT announced online that the Board of Directors voted in favor of the proposed summer service cuts and adjustments beginning May 22 and lasting through August 20, 2016. 656 more words

Cancer care is more than just treatment

Almost 200,000 people in Scotland are living with and beyond cancer and in just 15-years that’s likely to have almost doubled.

Some of this is down to increased numbers of people being diagnosed with cancer, but it’s also a result of more people surviving the illness – a testament to improved cancer treatment. 540 more words

Cancer

The Ithaconomy Podcast

By Matt Constas, Sam Kuperman and Will LeBlond

Matt, Sam and Will discuss Ithaca economics for Ithaconomy, with Ithaca Times reporter Josh Brokaw joining in on an interview to talk about the local happenings and what’s in the works for him. 26 more words

Businesses Struggle to Find Employees Because of Low Unemployment

Note: This story was originally published in “Ithaconomy”

by Elizabeth Morris

For TCAT bus operators, December brings with it a relief from overtime, mandated work days and requirements to work during their time off. 759 more words

Ithaca News

The Hub, Newport

Awarded £57,900 to purchase their building

About the service

The Hub is a registered charity that provides activities, training and support for young people in Newport and the surrounding areas. 478 more words

Telford & Wrekin

Vienna

The past one and a half month has been a blur. But if we were to describe the net feel of it, it has been like a shrug. 307 more words