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Skin Cancer

Cancer nurse specialists

We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a diagnosed skin cancer. This may include melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma and other cancers affecting the skin


Contact Information

If you have questions about your treatment or investigations and require further information and support, please contact your key worker on: 01904 721719.

The specialist nurse team are available between 8:00am and 4:00pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays).

We have a voicemail facility if you wish to leave a message.  Voicemail messages are checked regularly throughout the day and we will return your call.


Skin cancer education session

We hope you find the education session useful.  The video is 30 minutes in length and we strongly advise that you watch the full session.  However by clicking on the 'Chapters' menu button (the three dots and lines), you will be able to access the different chapters.


Cancer support at the Trust

Our cancer care centres provide information, support, complementary therapies and a listening ear for patients with cancer and their families.


Useful information and approved websites


Patient information leaflets

Click here to go view patient information leaflets for Cancer services.


*Page checked and updated July 2020.

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