Cancer often means fear. Those affected by cancer are given lots of advice, be it from well meaning friends or health professionals, the advice received by cancer patients is often ‘what not to do’. We strive to make our news a more positive experience, focussing on the can do rather than the don’t do.

Therapists are equally scared of cancer, having been taught not to touch anyone who has been diagnosed. The refusal to touch cancer patients can be a hard habit to break. Our accredited qualifications allow therapists and spas to welcome those affected by cancer, here we share the latest research findings as well as some wonderful tales of the difference that specialist products and services can make

 

 

Aug 29, 2019

Nail Damage during Treatment for Womb Cancer

Some of the drugs used to treat breast cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and womb cancer cause damage to the nails as a side-effect of treatment.  Different chemotherapy drugs have different side-effects.  Here you will find a list of the chemotherapy drugs commonly used for the treatment of womb cancer.  This page gives information on chemo nail loss, chemo […]

Aug 29, 2019

Nail Damage during Treatment for Breast Cancer

Some of the drugs used to treat breast cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and womb cancer cause damage to the nails as a side-effect of the cancer treatment. Different chemotherapy drugs have different side-effects. Here you will find a list of the drugs commonly used for the treatment of breast cancer and  those that are […]

Aug 29, 2019

Nail Damage during Treatment for Cervical Cancer

Some of the drugs used to treat breast cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and womb cancer cause damage to the nails as a side-effect of treatment.  Different chemotherapy drugs have different side-effects.  Here you will find a list of the chemotherapy drugs commonly used for the treatment of cervical cancer.  This page gives information on chemo nail loss, chemo […]

Aug 29, 2019

From HR to accredited oncology therapy qualifications

Hi, my name is Nikki and I am the Jennifer Young Training School Manager. This means I manage the organisation of our oncology courses at the training school essentially, and ensure things run smoothly for the training days to come. Helping therapists and spas to attend our courses has become my forte. Before joining the JY team, I was finishing up my […]

Aug 29, 2019

Pharmacy and skincare for cancer patients – right here

Hi, my name is Miran and I am the lab manager at Jennifer Young. This means that I am responsible for the whole manufacturing process of our specialist skincare for cancer patients products. From ordering our special ingredients to carefully measuring and mixing solutions, I am proud to say that I manage this process. Before joining […]

Aug 29, 2019

A Juggling Stingray? Only at Jennifer Young

Hey all, Some of you may have spoken to me on many occasions already, so here is more about me. I’m Paige, the Office Manager here at Jennifer Young, it’s always difficult to describe my job when people ask but I manage the office, day to day running of dispatch, lab, training school and customer […]

Aug 29, 2019

Time dilation and packing skincare for cancer patients

A day in the life of a maths genius dispatcher 30 AUGUST – CENTRAL LONDON – FREE EVENT Pop up with Cancer Research UK Hey, my name is Cameron and I am a dispatcher this means I package and dispatch our products to our customers and spas around the UK and overseas. I joined the company around 2 and a half […]

Aug 29, 2019

Oncology Massage Diploma 29 July London – free gift for all delegates

Over sharing and it’s goodbye for a while…. SAVE THE DATE 30 AUGUST CENTRAL LONDON FREE EVENT TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON I keep forgetting to tell you about my eczema, you might be pleased that I have neglected to tell you thus far; it is a bit gory. I won’t go into causation, other than […]

Aug 29, 2019

Success

SAVE THE DATE 30 AUGUST CENTRAL LONDON FREE EVENT TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON Success – they are in! Two of our daughters arrived safely in Hong Kong without having a visa for their onward visit to China. They applied locally,  travelling direct to the agency from the airport, and had one issued within 24 hours. My […]

Aug 29, 2019

I’m a lightweight? Visa trials and tribulations, oncology touch therapies in Asia

SAVE THE DATE 12 JULY CENTRAL LONDON FREE EVENT TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON I have never considered myself to be a light weight. I am up for most things and don’t quit. I learned something this week. I know where the line is (or will never be). I am a huge fan of Yes to Life, […]

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