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Calman Cancer Centre Support Area Rear
Scotland

Cancer Support Scotland is a centre that provides emotional and practical support, both on a one-to-one basis and through community-based groups, to anyone affected by cancer, including family, friends and carers.

The charity's main centre is the Calman Cancer Support Centre based within the grounds of Gartnavel Hospital, Glasgow and has a number of support groups covering Scotland. 

This is a view of the rear of the support centre inside the Calman Cancer Support Centre.

Copyright: Andy Brownlie
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Uploaded: 27/07/2014
Updated: 02/08/2014
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Tags: charity; support; counselling; cancer support; therapy
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