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Charity funds relative rooms for Manx patients at new Clatterbridge

Loved ones will be able to stay on site while patients receive treatment

Relatives of Manx residents undergoing cancer treatment at Clatterbridge will now be able to stay on site thanks to funding from a local charity.

The Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association provided £460,000 during the construction of the new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool, which opened last week.

The funds have been used to include three relatives rooms, as well as a new form a radiotherapy treatment for prostate cancer.

Chairman of the charity is Malcolm Clague:

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