Here we will keep you informed of the latest local, national and international cancer related news, as well as letting you know about local fundraising efforts and telling you what your donations are used for.

Also, every now and then patients contact us with their experiences, some are good, some are bad. These are published in our Personal Accounts category. While we would like to only publish the good accounts, we feel that for the sake of honesty we need to publish the bad as well. We don't want to scaremonger, but it's important when undergoing treatment, tests, etc. that you are fully aware of what could happen, we can all draw on and learn from the experiences and advice of others. If you would like to share your experience, suggestions or advice please send them to:[email protected]

And remember not everyone has the same experience, nor do they react the same way. And whatever comments are made are from the individual involved, we do not endorse these, we just publish them in case they can help someone else in the future.

Oesophageal Cancer

2 Feb 2023

Cervical Cancer

26 Jan 2023

Bridging Fund

3 Nov 2022

Don't be a Karen

22 Sep 2022

Clinical Trials

8 Sep 2022

What does CSG do?

26 May 2022

Benefits you may be entitled to

Even if you are living in Spain, if you were a resident there before before 31/12/2020 you may be entitled to benefits. Kim Clark can help.
19 May 2022


1 Feb 2022

Krista Hyer

The 17th of January we lost our beloved founder and President Krista Hyer, this is a tribute to her. (Photo credit Philip Rogan)
25 Jan 2022


Last year it was the Mallorca Odyssey , this year it's The Tramuntathlon!
14 Jan 2022


Good news for those living in the Andratx and Calvia areas.
28 Sep 2021

Living Will

What is a living will, why do you need one and how do you register it? Find out more here.
24 Aug 2021

Donation from King Richard III College

A massive thanks to all at King Richard III College for their incredible hard work in fundraising.
15 Jul 2021


8 Jul 2021

Stress - How to deal with it

Life can be stressful at the rest of the time but a cancer diagnosis can increase our stress levels dramatically.
8 Jul 2021
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