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If you, a family member or friend is due to have a scan in the Aylesbury area, there is a good chance that they will be a beneficiary of Scannappeal. This charity, whose Christmas cards are available at our Cards for Good Causes charity shop in our church has raised over £11million for life-saving equipment for local people. It has funded equipment in every department of hospitals in Amersham, Stoke Mandeville, Wycombe and local Community Hospitals. They calculate that their equipment is used to diagnose or treat a patient from the area they support every 10 minutes.
To see a two-minute video about them click here. To find out how else you might support them, click here for their website.

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