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For many of our patients, the end of cancer treatment brings with it a surprising mixture of feelings. On one hand, there is a feeling of relief; and certainly, we hear from our patients, that their family members and friends are eager and waiting to ‘get back to normal’.  However, this isn’t the whole story.

Moving On


A high number of our patients also describe feeling uncertain about the future, and somewhat lost at what to do next.

There may be a lot of questions in the air.

"So, now my treatment’s over, what next?"

"Now, what?"

"How do I get back to normal?"

But what is normal?

This might be because the cancer or its treatment has caused side effects or physical changes. Or it might be because relationships with family, friends or colleagues have changed.

As one patient remarked, “After I got to the end of 18 months of treatment, everyone around me started saying, ‘It’s great that you’re better now’. But in reality, this was just the beginning of a long process of recovery and discovery”.

Moving on sessions at The London Clinic

Paying attention to these concerns, here at The London Clinic, we wanted to offer patients the chance to learn about what can be most helpful in the post-treatment period, as well as having a safe place where they could talk about their concerns.

Many of those who attend, have found the added benefit of shared experience and mutual support very valuable.

We therefore offer a series of sessions focusing on health and wellbeing once cancer treatment has ended.

Each session focuses on a different aspect of wellbeing, ranging from exercise and nutrition, to sexual health and emotional wellbeing. 

Moving On workshops


Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Moving On workshops are postponed until further notice.

If you would like to discuss these Moving On sessions please contact your clinical nurse specialist (CNS), or contact Mandy Hatcher, on 020 7935 4444 x 8551, or m.hatcher@thelondonclinic.co.uk for further information, or to make your booking.