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We are a new northern powerhouse of women who have been through and have recoverd from cancer. We have dropped calling ourselves a support group, because we are much more than that. A network that allows women to shape their own wellbeing through an holistic approach. A safe, non-judgemental and caring ethos which will help transform your life beyond CANCER! Please join us today - your journey starts here with Females:CAN.
Sheena Hussain (Founder)
Having been through cancer myself I was desperate to set something up for women. I myself was never refered to a 'group'and missed out on engaging with people who were going through what i was at the time.
With a small grant from Macmillan we invited women from all backgrounds to come and shape the start of a new network.
There you have it, Females:CAN was created: we are here, we exist, so please join us by calling 07935177562
A 6-month holistic approach to post-cancer living.
Please register today and receive a FREE goody bag.
Starting in June call 07935177562 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month. It was an honour celebrating with women from both Females:CAN and Cancer Care in Communties who have been through breast cancer and have come through the other end.
Our humble tea party was to show these women that they are celebrated in many ways. For being courageous women who remain strong and steadfast but also make time for themselves.
Thank you to Better Communities Bradford and Sovereign Health Care.
If you would like to join our cancer network of support please call Sheena on 07935177562 or alternatively email: email@example.com.
I will be joining CEO Samina Hussain of Sakoon Through Cancer a South Asian charity in Berkshire supporting women through their cancer journeys and beyond.
If you missed the live Instagram interview you can view it @sakoonthroughcancer_
Looking forward to using some grant funding awarded to poetrybysheena from Arts Council England to help develop my creative practice. This will include an element of how as an artist i can help facilitate creative writing for wellbeing in cancer patients. As a result hoping to develop new projects in collobration with those who have an interest in the field of cancer.
Please join me on BCB Radio on World Cancer day, where i will be sharing my cancer journey as a means to educating people about this condition.
Hoping to have a dicussion on a much needed topic, which often is still being ignored in many communties for various reasons.
Then i have been told that you can listen to it again on the following day/time:
6th Feb @ 6pm
BCB Radio 106.6fm & online at www.bcbradio.co.uk
A massive thank you to Charlie Smith at BBC Radio Bradford for giving me some air time to talk about how my cancer diagnosis led me to poetry.
If you weren't able to join me live, well you can still listen in, please see the image for further details on your left.
Here's the link :https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p093rzvx
If there is anybody out there who would like to speak to me in confidence about cancer or any signs or symptoms please call me on 07935177562.
Please see call out on the right, looking to engage with as many people who work in the field of cancer.
Yes, they do and there are not enough narratives from BAME communities. We need to know how people from the BAME communities are treated right from diagnosis to prognosis and beyond. They have a right to tell their story. This is merely the beginning not the end!
I want to have many interesting coverstaions with you all. Hope to speak to you soon. See advert for details on how to get in touch.
Massive thank you to BPH for lending me some 'sparebob'. I will now be in a position to develop my practice and do some much needed creative research into exploring cancer narratives.
To learn more about BPH please visit:
I am pleased to announce that I am a member of a new steering group— Persevere Project. The aim is to collectively help facilitate a set of universal principles which will apply to all those who wish to partake in clinical trials, with a keen emphasis on retention of participants.
The project is overseen by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration Registered Clinical Trials Unit Network, and the Clinical Trials Research Unit at the University of Leeds.
Further details can be found at:
Big thank you to Macmillan for suppporting Females:CAN!
Each Females:CAN lady received a writing pack, which included a beautiful A5 Journal, a pen, and a weeks worth of writing prompts from poetess Sheena.
Women recovering from cancer were twice as likely to find it difficult during the Covid-19 pandemic- thank you to Macmillan for lending us a hand.