Ted Dillon with colleagues at The Clatterbridge Cancer CentreRadio Clatterbridge has made a surprise visit to mark the retirement of one of the health park's most popular characters.

As commissionaire of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Ted Dillon has become one of the most recognisable people to staff, patients and visitors.

Becky BrothwoodA Merseyside student, who mistook cancer symptoms as a sign of pregnancy, has praised staff at Clatterbridge for looking after her and given her support to other young patients.

Becky Brothwood hit the headlines around the country after revealing the hormones in her body made a pregnancy test wrongly return a positive result.

Louise Pode and Steve Khan talk about returning to work after cancerListeners have heard calls for a better understanding of cancer in the workplace.

It comes as a new scheme tries to encourage businesses to support people returning to work after treatment.

Steve EvansRadio Clatterbridge has 'trumped' international events by installing a new leader - hours ahead of the US presidential inauguration.

Following their own democratic elections, members of the charity have chosen a new man at the station's helm.

Angela Dawe and Jane Randles talk about remote surveillance of cancer patients at ClatterbridgeListeners to Radio Clatterbridge have heard how cancer patients will be able to track the progress of their treatment online.

The trial is being developed by Living With And Beyond Cancer, a two-year project based at Clatterbridge Health Park.

Trina O'Halloran and Jeanette OxtonCancer patients at Clatterbridge have been learning how support is available to deal with the side-effects of radiotherapy.

In the latest in a series of interviews, presenter Steve Evans has discovered help is on hand for patients after treatment ends.

Mike Clinton from Living With And Beyond CancerRadio Clatterbridge's series of interviews about patients living with and beyond cancer has continued with advice about getting active.

Listeners heard how experts in the health park are trying to change the attitude that rest is best.

Lt Dave Wynne and his wife KarenA group of Wirral sea cadets who have raised hundreds of pounds for a cancer charity have taken to the airwaves to keep their own organisation afloat.

Lt Dave Wynne from Bebington Sea Cadets and his wife Karen, an outpatient at Clatterbridge, called in to the studio following their fundraiser for Macmillan.

steve evans angela dawe sharon rowe thumbCancer patients in Clatterbridge are being empowered to plan their own care and support, listeners have heard.

In the latest of a series of interviews, staff from Macmillan's Living With & Beyond Cancer scheme have been explaining all about the holistic needs assessment.

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