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10k boost will ease cancer transport pain The University of Western Sydney's (UWS) jimmy choo store Rural Clinical School in Bathurst has answered a community call for assistance by contributing $10,000 to the local organisation.
The money, together with other contributions, will enable BCT to continue with a 12 month trial where cancer patients from Bathurst are transported to Orange for radiotherapy at the hospital's new linear accelerator. "Patients often have to rely on family, friends and neighbours to get them to where they need to go, while other patients forgo treatment because they are unable to, or feel they can't call on others for help. "Our service provides patients with independence so they can still access essential medical services." "Many BCT patients are well jimmy choo fashion known to UWS medical students," says Professor Graham Stevens, Director of Radiation Oncology with the NSW Health Central West Cancer Service and Professor of Oncology in the Bathurst Rural Clinical School, which is part of the UWS School of Medicine. "Ten UWS students are based at the Rural Clinical School in Bathurst, and all complete an oncology rotation, where they closely follow patients' treatment," he said. Associate Professor Tim McCrossin, Clinical Dean at the Bathurst Rural Clinical School, says the financial support is in keeping with the School's growing connection with the region's community. "Since the University of Western Sydney arrived in Bathurst in 2010 we have been warmly welcomed by the community," he said. "Our students are benefiting from jimmy choo gold flower shoes the knowledge and experience of local jimmy choo online india health professionals through an active involvement in the community at the hospital, in local GP clinics and other community based health services. "Supporting BCT's new initiative is one practical way to help improve the health and wellbeing of patients as well as the family and friends who are often called upon to help them get to appointments." he said.