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Move More Dundee provides free activities for people affected by cancer. movemore@dundeecity.gov.uk 01382 432407.
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Mary Colvin May 16
DPH ⁩ chapter 1 to read full report go to our website. Very positive reception from our Board members.
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Mary Colvin Apr 19
There are lots and lots of good reasons to walk this weekend.
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Maggie's Centres Apr 10
Cancer not only affects the person diagnosed, but also has an impact on their loved ones too. Our friends and family group can help support all those people struggling to cope. We're here for everyone
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The SCPN Mar 31
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Paths for All Apr 1
There are 80+ weekly Macmillan Health Walks across Scotland to help patients at all stages of their cancer care pathway
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Green Health Partnership Dundee Feb 28
Gardening can do what medicine only 'tries to mimic' for mental health, Monty Don says via
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Maggie's Dundee Feb 26
We'd like to give a huge thank you to D C Thomson for rehoming their Pen Broon penguin in the grounds of Maggie's and Ninewells Hospital to meet the Ninewells community - why not pop along.
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Madeleine Gillan Feb 26
A massive thank you to the teams from and for taking part in our 'Try Curling' fundraiser last week and for the great support from . The event was great fun and raised over £1000 💚
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Tiffany Li Feb 20
In Dundee we have a few events lined up for the week! On the Monday we have a stand at Ninewells hospital to engage with patients, Tuesday we have GP, link worker and to come in to talk to medical students, and on the Thursday we have a BIG talk for everyone!
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Paths for All Feb 5
We're welcoming 16 health walk coordinators from all over Scotland to today to learn how to deliver our Walk Leader training course to new . 🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️
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Maggie's Dundee Feb 4
It's great to open up conversations about how we can help people with a cancer diagnosis, their family and friends. Thank you to Shona Robison and to Dundee Carers Centre for coming in today to learn about Maggie's and how we can collaborate.
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Bob Steele Feb 4
Annie Anderson chairing an expert’s guide to ‘fad’ diets in cancer prevention #scpn2019#IAmIWill
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Paths for All Feb 4
On worldcancerday2019, find out how our cancer friendly can support people affected by cancer to become more active
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Lochee Community HUB Feb 4
Here is this weeks Planner, Hope everyone had a great weekend.
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simon brady Feb 4
how do we deliver the message for the benefits of physical activity for prevention of ill health in a more entertaining way to encourage physical activity in a population? great talk by
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The SCPN Feb 4
Prof Martin Wiseman on a grand overview of nutritional factors, diet, phys activity, alcohol and
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simon brady Feb 4
great talk by discussing the benefits of PA for various cancers, and how by understanding peoples motives can we help people become more acitve long term
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Nanette Mutrie Feb 4
speaking at Scottish cancer prevention network physical activity can both prevent and treat many cancers
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Christina Sabbagh ANutr Feb 4
Key messages of the report presentation by Prof Martin Wiseman
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Dr Robert O'Connor Feb 4
Prof Wiseman from giving a masterclass on our knowledge of cancer correlates
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