Cancer info at Cascades

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THE National Be Clear on Cancer campaign is coming to Portsmouth.

This Saturday, at the Cascades shopping centre, the local branch of the Oesophageal Patients Association will be providing information on oesophageal cancer to help people identify the signs as early as possible.

They will be handing out leaflets and providing guidance for anyone interested in learning more.

Be Clear on Cancer is a national campaign launched by Public Health England, which aims to raise awareness of oesophago-gastric cancers.