UK Charity Yes to Life launch “LIFE > TALK” a new Cancer support platform
LIFE>TALK, allows people to share their knowledge and experience of the therapies included in Yes to Life’s Directory, a world-first Directory of Integrative Therapies, Practitioners and Organisations working. Initially LIFE>TALK will focus on the therapies listed in the Life Directory, which is soon to be expanded.
With LIFE>TALK users can:
- Comment and discuss via the forum LIFE>Talk
- Search for Therapies relevant to a particular type of cancer
- Search for Therapies, Practitioners or Organisations
- Restrict your search to a particular region of the world or of the UK
- Find Practitioners, Clinics or Suppliers offering particular Therapies
- Search for Therapies by type eg ‘botanical/herbal treatments’
How to use the LIFE > Talk directory:
Yes to Life is an independent charity and undertake crucial work to support people with cancer in the UK. The LIFE > TALK launch coincides with the celebration of Yes to Life’s 10th anniversary of offering support to people with cancer who want to take a proactive role in their treatment. Yes to Life is the UK’s integrative cancer care charity, helping people combine the best of orthodox and complementary approaches for the best chance of reclaiming their health. They provide support, information and financial assistance to those with cancer wanting to explore their options outside of what is available on the NHS.
Robin Daly, Chairman, Yes to Life:
“This launch is the fruition of a long-held desire to enable users of LIFE> to share their experience and understanding of the therapies. This ‘interactivity’ will significantly improve the Directory, as a body of information will be built up for each therapy and will be instantly accessible.”
Sue De Cesare, Chief Executive, Yes to Life:
“This would not have been possible without the support of The Persula Foundation. Their generous donations have enabled us to develop a well-researched and highly regarded Life Directory and an inter-active Forum. Their support has been critical and it has enabled us to deliver a high quality information service for people with cancer.”