other sources you may find useful
Links from Pseudomyxoma Survivor to other sources you might find useful.
Cancer Research UK
Information on Pseudomyxoma Peritonei from Cancer Research UK, a UK charity primarily concerned with raising money to fund research.
Community Cancer Centre (CCC)
Supporting cancer patients, their carers, families and anyone who is affected by cancer.
Research has shown that exercise can help reduce fatigue and manage treatment-related depression. Pseudomyxoma survivor Dawn Hathaway’s Pilates site.
Karen's Big Smiles Charity Trust
A charity which aims to improve the lives of those with life limiting conditions and to raise awareness of Pseudomyxoma Peritonei. In memory of Karen Jenkins who lost her battle with PMP.
Macmillan Cancer Support is one of the largest British charities and provides specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer.
One In A Million - a place to come when you really need to smile
Sara’s blog – her mother has PMP and receives treatment at The Christie Hospital in Manchester, UK.
Ovarian Cancer Action
It is fast becoming apparent that Ovarian Cancer symptoms and those of PMP are almost identical in clinical presentation, please see links to PMP on this UK based Ovarian cancer website.
PMP Research Foundation
PMP Research Foundation is dedicated to funding research to find a cure for pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) and related Peritoneal Surface Malignancies.
NET Patient Foundation
The NET Patient Foundation was established to provide support, education and information to anyone affected by neuroendocrine cancers, advocate for neuroendocrine cancer patients so they may achieve the best possible outcomes, to encourage standardised care for all NET cancer patients, to provide supportive care to patients and their carers or family members, to raise awareness of NET cancers throughout the UK and to raise funds for clinical and translational research projects.
The Pelican Cancer Foundation
Pelican Cancer Foundation is dedicated to curing and improving quality of life for patients with bowel cancer (colorectal cancer), prostate cancer, bladder cancer and liver cancer through the advancement of precision surgery and treatment. Pelican delivers professional courses for cancer surgeons and cancer specialists from across the UK and throughout the world, and supports vital clinical research into the development of pelvic area and liver cancer precise detection, diagnosis, treatment and cancer surgery pathways.