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Services in the Greater Manchester & Cheshire Cancer Network are currently being re-organised, but as a general guide:
(For more information about the below hospitals, including contact details, parking, travel and patients comments, click on the links):
Surgery for skin cancers can be provided at most local hospitals in the Network.
Some local hospitals are able to provide chemotherapy services for skin cancer, but your doctor will be able to tell you more about this. Most people with skin cancer needing chemotherapy will be treated at the Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
You will have your radiotherapy at Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
For a full list of all of our hospitals go to our cancer hospitals section, (this page will open in a new window).
If cancer can't be cured, medical, nursing and emotional support can be offered at home, in hospital or in a hospice. Some palliative care services can also help people with complex problems whose illness is likely to be cured. You can find out more about palliative care by clicking here.