North Beverley Medical Centre

North Beverley Medical Centre

Pighill Lane
Off Woodall Way
BEVERLEY
HU17 7JY
Telephone: 01482 882546

Medical Emergencies dial 999

Out of Hours:  dial  111

Surgery Opening Times

Monday         08.00 to 18.00

Tuesday         08.00 to 20.00

Wednesday   08.00 to 18.00

Thursday       08.00 to 18.00

Friday             08.00 to 18.00

Saturday        Closed

Sunday           Closed

Phone lines open from 8am to 6pm

CANCER INFORMATION

The Importance of
Early Diagnosis

ABOUT FAST-TRACK CANCER REFERRALS
British Sign Language

MORE ABOUT FAST-TRACK CANCER REFERRALS

Blood cancer awareness: There are over 100 different types of blood cancer, and it is the third biggest cancer kiler in the UK.

INFO

Did you know… In the 1970’s Breast Cancer had a 40% survival rate, Today it has an 80% survival rate. In the UK 55,000 men and women are diagnosed with Breast Cancer each year. Attending Breast Screening can increase the chance of finding cancer early and increase the treatability.

KNOW YOUR BODY

Going for Smear Tests can be difficult, however finding Cervical Cancer earlier can mean it is easier to treat.

Symptoms of Cervical Cancer can include:

Unusual Vaginal Bleeding such as between regular periods, after menopause or after sex
Changes to Vaginal Discharge
Pain or Discomfort During Sex
Pain In Your Lower Back Or Pelvis

Visit Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust for more information

Jo's cervical cancer trust

Don’t Risk Dying Of Embarrassment.
A Smear Test lasts all of 5 minutes.
The impact of Cervical Cancer lasts a Lifetime.
Attend your Smear Test.
Reduce Your Risk.

Contact your surgery if you have missed your Cervical Screening appointment.

Screening can be daunting so we have information that can support you through this.

Busting the mythsscreening saves lives

Childhood Cancer Awareness - Symptoms can vary to include physical changes such as unusual lumps, unexplained weight loss and unexplained bruising. There can also physical symptoms such as persistent headaches or pain and loss of balance or coordination.

MORE INFORMATION

The British Association of Dermatologists  outline the facts about common skin cancers detailing what to look for,

INFORMATION

More than 95% of gastric cancers develop in the cells of the stomach lining and are known as
adenocarcinomas. Smoking, age and high salt intake are believed to be risk factors for developing stomach cancer. Symptoms may include, persistent
indigestion and heartburn, feeling very full or bloated after meals, trapped wind and frequent burping, persistent stomach pain and blood in your stools.
For other stomach/gastric cancer symptoms please click to view *gastric cancer symptom*

INFORMATION

Gynaecological Cancer  Awareness -   Gynaecological Cancer includes Ovarian, Womb, Cervical, Vulval and Vaginal and can come with range of symptoms such as persistent bloating, pain and soreness, and bleeding between periods.

INFORMATION

 Liver cancer symptoms may include: Shortness of breath, Bloating, Jaundice, Right-sided abdominal mass, Right-sided abdominal pain.
Treatments can include Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy and partial hepatectomy.

Mouth Cancer can strike in a number of places including the lips, tongue, gums and cheeks. Early detection is crucial and it is extremely important to tell your doctor or dentist immediately if you notice any unusual signs such as

*  Ulcers which do not heal within 3 weeks
* Red and white patches in the mouth
* Lumps or swelling in the mouth, head or neck area

For More Information please visit the website below:

Mouth Cancer  website

Pancreatic Cancer is the UKs 5th biggest cancer killer with around 10,000 people being diagnosed each year. Symptoms can include Stomach pain, jaundice, changes in stool, unexplained weight loss. You can find out more information by clicking the link below: *Quick-Guide-to-Pancreatic-Cancer*


Quick guide to pancreatic cancer

Thyroid Cancer Awareness-   The most common signs and symptoms can include persistent hoarseness or voice change, trouble swallowing or breathing, swelling or lumps in the neck, and pain or discomfort in front of theneck.

INFORMATION

Early Cancer Diagnosis

The earlier cancer is diagnosed the better the chance of survival

Cancer Research
UK

Early Diagnosis

WEBSITE

NHS
Cancer Overview

Signs & Symptoms

WEBSITE

NHS
Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer in Women

WEBSITE

NHS
Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer Overview

WEBSITE

NHS
Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer Overview

WEBSITE

NHS
Bowel Cancer

Bowel Cancer Overview

WEBSITE

NHS
Signs & Symptoms

Symptoms Overview

WEBSITE

Cancer Research
UK

Spot Cancer Early

WEBSITE

Cancer Support

Resources for people living with cancer

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