Medical Detection Dogs
Monday 7th February 2022 at 7:30 pm
Robin Galvin updated an audience of 16 people on the use of dogs to detect medical problems
 

This was a general meeting of the group, to discuss our problems and exchange experiences. 

Monday 14th March 2022 at 7:30pm

Know your Kidney - Kidney Research UK

Monday 11th April at 7:30pm

Maria Buckley presented a well-received awareness talk on kidney disease illustrated by her personal experience

Open University Presentation.

Reprogramming aggressive prostate Cancer Cells.

(Note: This was an afternoon Meeting)

Monday 9th May 2022 at 2:00 pm

Presented by Dr Francesco Crea of the Open University 

Wellness Day Event at Shenley Wood Village

Wednesday 11th May

Sam Younan, David Wiggins and Ted Skone manned an information stall at this event

Al's Pals Cancer support

Monday 13th June 2022 at 7:30pm

Suzanne Brown gave us a presentation on How Al's Pals supports cancer patients, their families and support groups both in the hospital and in their homes

This event was very well attended, indicating that attendances are recovering following the pandemic.

Quiz Night in support of MKPCS

Monday 25th July 2022 

Venue: Abbey Hill Golf Club

Thirty-three contestants took part in this sociable and very enjoyable evening, which included a cold buffet. A large number of raffle tickets were sold, and together with ticket sales for the quiz, this resulted in a gratifying boost to the group's finances.

Stony Radio Garden Party

Saturday 6th August 2022 

Venue: York House Stony Stratford

Lorraine, David T and David B organised an information stall at this garden party. Stony Radio generously nominated MKPCS as the sole charity to benefit from the event and the evening concert that followed it.

Meeting with Sally Burnie, Head of Cancer Services and Head Nurse at the Cancer Centre, MKUH

Monday 22nd August 2022 

Sam, David W and David B met Sally to discuss how we could best cooperate with each other. This proved to be an extremely productive meeting.

The Work of the Wellbeing Team at MK University Hospital

Monday 26th September 2022 at 7:30pm

Samantha Timmins, Macmillan Wellbeing Nurse and Neuro-Oncology Support Nurse conducted an informal discussion on the work of the Wellbeing Team in relation to cancer patients. Fifteen people attended and Samantha's presentaion led to a lively discussion.