Patient Advice On Air

Patient Advice On Air People being treated for cancer at Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology could soon receive advice from former patients over the airwaves. Radio Clatterbridge is hoping to link up with a number of men and women who can share their therapy stories on air. It follows a meeting between the NHS Trust and station bosses this week. It comes as former stroke patient Dave Holmes paid another visit to the studios. Dave talked frankly and openly to Coffee Club presenter John Roberts about his experience on the Stroke Rehabilitation ward at Clatterbridge Hospital. Thanks to Dave for giving his time to the patients.

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