A leading north-east cancer charity and a support group have teamed up to host a conference on a type of blood cancer.
CLAN Cancer Support and Aberdeen Myeloma Support Group will hold a one-day event at CLAN House to highlight new technology and positive developments in cancer care.
The event, titled: Technology, Self-management and Cancer Care, takes place during Myeloma Awareness Week 2018 which runs from today until June 27.
Myeloma, also known as multiple myeloma, is a type of blood cancer which develops from plasma cells.
Dr Colette Backwell, chief executive of CLAN Cancer Support, said: “We’re delighted to be working with the Aberdeen Myeloma Support Group to mark Myeloma Awareness Week and to welcome such a high calibre of speakers and delegates to CLAN House.”
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The event will take place on June 27 and will hear from a range of speakers such as Dr Mohamed Khan who is a Consultant Haematologist with NHS Grampian.
Those interested in attending the free event are encouraged to secure a spot by registering online via TicketTailor.