What we do

Support and information • Awareness • Research

Pseudomyxoma Survivor provide support & information for the PMP community

  • We offer online support to patients and carers through our online communities
  • We have an active Facebook and Twitter pages where we can communicate with each other in a social online environment. We are also on Google+, Tumblr and Pinterest promoting awareness and community
  • We develop authoritative information with input from patients, carers and healthcare professionals.

We bring about change to raise awareness of pseudomyxoma peritonei and improve standards of treatment and care

  • We bring together people who are affected personally by the disease and who want to help shape and improve sarcoma services and to raise awareness be that locally, nationally or internationally
  • We are represented on national, local and European initiatives working to improve standards of treatment and care
  • We are active in the areas where we can affect policy representing the experiences of PMP patients and lobbying for more awareness and improved standards of care

Securing a cancer workforce for the best outcomes

One of the connections we have made this year is with National Voices, the coalition of charities that stands for people being in control of their health and care. National Voice has drawn our attention to a new report published by Cancer Research UK, ‘Securing a cancer workforce for the best outcomes’.

Trustees Week 14th November

One of the recommendations of the Charity Commission, the body that regulates charities in the UK, is that charities work with other charities. This is extremely important to the trustees of Pseudomyxoma Survivor and key to a lot of the things we do.

West Yorkshire & Harrogate Cancer Alliance

I am finally getting round to informing you all of my recent visit to West Yorkshire & Harrogate Cancer Alliance. We were invited by Cancer 52 and the meeting was a great and informative one.

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

In 2015, I had cytoreductive surgery and HIPEC for pseudomxyoma peritonei. 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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