On today's show we talked about how the Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association is marking its 60th anniversary.
They have supported thousands of people over the years, raising money for crucial research and promoting awareness campaigns which continue to save lives. Malcolm Clague and Sandy Denning passed on their sincere thanks to the tireless work of the volunteers. They're having a ball at Woodbourne House in Douglas in early September and will also be holding a series of events where people can go and checked out if they're worried about anything.
We also talked about cervical screening in a bid to increase the number of woman who take up the opportunity to find out if they may have pre-cancerous cells. Anyone who is worried about the process is urged to speak to their GP or Practice Nurse or call the Staywell Clinic at Noble's Hospital on 642638.
As people across the Isle of Man are rocking their odd socks today, we heard about Down Syndrome Isle of Man - visit the Facebook page to find some wonderful videos and photographs.
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