Macmillan @ Glasgow Libraries

May 16, 2016

Tagged with: Health & Wellbeing

"A diagnosis of cancer brings with it lots of questions and it’s not always possible to find answers for all of these during hospital visits. That’s why it’s vital the 3,250 people who are diagnosed with cancer in Glasgow every year can access high quality information and support in their local community.

Glasgow is to become the first place in the UK where everyone affected by cancer in the city will have access to local, community based cancer information and support services, thanks to an innovative partnership between Macmillan Cancer Support and Glasgow Libraries."

Further info online (plus article in CILIP Update, May 2016, pp39-41).