Pseudomyxoma Survivor

The support network for those affected by pseudomyxoma peritonei, appendix cancer and peritoneal surface malignancies

If you’ve found Pseudomyxoma Survivor, chances are you’ve been affected in some way by pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP), appendix cancer or another peritoneal surface malignancy. We’re here to provide emotional support and practical advice, through an online community that’s proven to make a real difference.

We’re a patient and caregiver run organisation offering advice on managing symptoms and all aspects of living with this rare disease; we advocate for patients and more. As well as all this, we’re people you can share experiences with and share the laughter and the tears.

Together we’re stronger and can face anything.

Community

Find out more about our online spaces where you can meet other people affected by PMP, including a ‘secret’ Facebook group.

More about PMP

We share information about pseudomyxoma peritonei. It isn’t like other types of cancer and it can get confusing. We can help with that.

Buddies

A one to one, personal and confidential friend to supplement the support already given by your family, friends and doctors. Our Pseudomyxoma Buddies offer a sympathetic ear and insight from their own experience.

About Us

We offer practical and emotional advice on managing symptoms and all aspects of living with this rare disease, advocate for patients and more.

Stories from across the world

 

Virgin Money London Marathon 2019

How exciting! Pseudomyxoma Survivor is privileged to have been awarded just one Silver Bond place and we are giving you the chance to take part in our ballot to win this place for the race on April 28th 2019. Whether you missed out on the ballot or have decided to run for a charity, this is your chance for a space in this amazing race.

All you have to do is email hello@pseudomyxomasurvivor.org by midnight on Friday, 19th October and tell us the following:

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Professor Norman Carr

Currently, the Director of Research and Consultant Histopathologist at the Peritoneal Malignancy Institute in Basingstoke, Professor Carr is a leading expert in the complex pathology of pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP). He has published over 70 papers in the peer-reviewed literature and written two textbooks for undergraduate medical students as well as several book chapters. He contributed to the 3rd and 4th editions of the World Health Organization Classification of Tumours of the Digestive System and is presently working on the 5th edition.

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I’ve gone from 0km to 10km in just over 6 months!

To thank Pseudomyxoma Survivor for all the support I was given and all the friends I have made through the charity, I’m doing the Southend 10K to raise funds for the charity. I would have been so alone and desperate without the charity and I cannot thank you enough x

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From patients and from caregivers

Being relatively new to the group, I just wanted to say how cool I think it is that we are from all over the world and yet we share and are brought together by something so life changing. It is something that bonds us together in a way that shared nationality or age or gender alone never could. I just wanted to let all of you know how much I value knowing you are out there and supporting each other.

Linda

PMP patient

Life and its uncertainties are hard enough as a cancer patient but when your income is so low that you don’t have the money to travel to see a cancer specialist, the door of hope and a future for your life is closed to you. That’s what I was facing, but Pseudomyxoma Survivor gave me a financial grant which opened that door for me so I could travel to see my cancer specialist to get the treatment I desperately needed to save my life. They are lifesavers.

R

PMP patient

When I was first diagnosed with an appendiceal tumour, I was terrified. All the information I found initially on the Internet talked about awful outcomes, local doctors knew less than I did, and suddenly I was being treated miles from home. I was very pessimistic about the future. When I found this website, suddenly things started looking more hopeful.

Sarah

appendix cancer patient

I found this website extremely useful with answering questions when I was first diagnosed with pseudomyxoma peritonei. I am almost a year post diagnosis and I could not of managed without the support, the answers, the love and hugs sent when you’re down. It’s an amazing site and the support group is full of lovely people.

Pauline

PMP patient

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We need your support

Pseudomyxoma Survivor relies solely on donations to carry out the work that we do.

 

Specialists and surgeons

Our directory is updated with information provided by the specialists themselves and is constantly reviewed.

 

Get in touch

Whether you are a patient or a caregiver, a medical professional, a fundraiser or a donor, we would love to hear from you. Maybe you just want to find out more information about these diseases.
You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube.

 

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