The effects of cancer treatments and diagnosis are personal to each individual, but they put a strain on the bodies and minds of the people going through them. Our specialist complementary therapists provide a variety of free therapies for those going through cancer treatment to help them deal with their prognosis. Complementary Therapy has been proven to reduce fear and anxiety, whilst raising self esteem, allowing for the self management of a cancer diagnosis.
In 2004 CCiS built the John Le Vay Cancer Support & Information Centre within Ipswich Hospital. The treatments are available through our centre and also through CCiS Community Complementary Therapy 'Caring for Me' at the Woodbridge Complementary Health Centre.