CCTV (Cancer Treatment for Women) is a charity that supports cancer patients through counselling, care, and support.
The charity aims to help women, who are often treated in a sexist environment, realise that they are worthy of life.
According to the charity’s website, “CNTV (Women Who’ve Never Tried Cancer) seeks to create awareness about women’s cancers and the benefits of CNTV services, as well as to increase the understanding of the complex relationship between cancer and sexuality.”CNTVs are delivered through a variety of programmes, ranging from support groups, to workshops, to the ‘CNTU’ (Cure for Women Untreated with Cancer), and many more.
They also run the CNTU Women’s Cancer Awareness Week, which encourages awareness of women’s cancer in Britain.
“A survey of CTV News shows that most women who have undergone treatment with CCTVS feel they are “doing better” after treatment than their peers who did not.
A survey conducted by the charity showed that more than 80 per cent of women who had CCTS received a boost in their health.CNTv’s director, Dr Sarah Cunliffe, said that “every time we get a call, we hear from a woman who’s had a CCT.
This is a real service and it has a real impact on the lives of women.
It’s a great testament to the quality of CTEV services.
“Dr Cunle said that CNTv had worked with women to ensure that women were offered support through a range of services, including support groups and “counselling and support groups for men and women”.
She said that while CCTv was the largest charity in Britain for women, it was “not the only one”.
Dr Cuntell said: “We work hard to reach out to men who have not had CNTVs and women who are considering CNTs.
CNTvs help them understand what is going on in their lives, what their options are, and offer them a way of coping with it.