Where your money goes – a few of the projects we have funded with your help…

Creating Compassionate Spaces: Sussex Cancer Fund Refurbishes Quiet Rooms at Park Centre for Breast Care

The Sussex Cancer Fund has once again demonstrated its commitment to enhancing patient care by refurbishing two quiet rooms at the Park Centre for Breast Care in Brighton, part of the University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust. This thoughtful initiative is a testament to the Fund’s ongoing efforts to provide a supportive and healing environment […]

Sussex Cancer Fund Introduces VR Headsets to Enhance Patient Experience at Amberley Suite, Worthing Hospital

In recent years, advancements in technology have paved the way for innovative solutions in various fields, including healthcare. One such groundbreaking initiative is the introduction of virtual reality (VR) headsets by the Sussex Cancer Fund at the Amberley Suite in Worthing Hospital. This initiative follows a successful pilot scheme and aims to revolutionise the patient […]

Enhancing Patient Experience: Sussex Cancer Fund's Contribution to Comfort in the Chemotherapy Suite

At Worthing Hospital’s Amberley Suite, Sussex Cancer Fund is doing something special for chemotherapy patients. This initiative is to supply adult colouring books, felt pens, and puzzle books to the chemotherapy suite might seem simple on the surface, but its impact on patients undergoing treatment is profound. Chemotherapy sessions are often marked by lengthy durations […]

Unravelling the Role of Gut Microbiome in Anal Cancer: A Project Update

In our continued mission to advance cancer research, the Sussex Cancer Fund proudly supports Dr. Hamish Sinclair’s groundbreaking project, which explores the intricate relationship between the gut microbiome and chemoradiotherapy for anal cancer. Anal cancer is predominantly treated with a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The project focuses on studying the gut bacteria in patients […]