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Occtopus Oxford Colon Cancer Trust

A gift to say thanks to our nurses

When Occtopus asked the nursing team what they would like as a gift, they said "new equipment so we can give better care to our patients". Many kind donations since have meant the team now have 2 new stoma mannequins, dilators and other exciting kit.
Charity Registration No: 1104702

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If you've been cared for by the stoma or colorectal nursing team in Oxford you will know what a fantastic job they do. They're with you 100% through the whole of your journey, always caring and committed to your well-being. We thought it was amazing that when we asked them what they'd like for Christmas they said "newer equipment like stoma mannequins, hegar dilators and Stanley trolleys to make it easier for us to provide top--notch care for our patients". So if you have been wondering, like us, how to say thank you, please consider leaving a little donation on this page. All funds raised through these donations will be restricted for the stoma team and colorectal nursing staff who will be very grateful and you know they will put it to very good use.



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Occtopus Oxford Colon Cancer Trust
Occtopus Oxford Colon Cancer Trust

Oxford Colon Cancer Trust is a practical charity. Our by-line is "making new treatments happen". We fund technical advances developed by the colorectal surgery team at the Oxford University Hospitals for treatment, education and research into colorectal cancer, colitis, Crohn's and continence.

Charity Registration No: 1104702


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A gift to say thanks to our nurses

Occtopus Oxford Colon Cancer Trust