Macmillan Cancer Support coming to Ely to raise awareness of skin cancer and malignant melanoma

11:13 13 May 2014

Macmillan Cancer Support.

Macmillan Cancer Support.


A charity is coming to Ely to raise awareness of skin cancer and malignant melanoma.

Macmillan Cancer Support’s bus will stop off at Ely market place on Tuesday, May 20 and Wednesday, May 21 from 10am-4pm.

A team of specialists will be on board to offer free, confidential advice to anyone with a concern relating to cancer.

If people would like moles or areas of their skin checked, they need to see their GP.

To find out more about the signs and symptoms of skin cancer and malignant melanoma, visit or call Macmillan free on 0808 808 00 00.


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