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An official turf cutting ceremony marking the beginning of the building of a new £2.4m aerial walkway which will link Weston Park Cancer Centre to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital took place today (Friday 15th February ).
Kirsten Major, Interim Chief Executive for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, was joined by staff from across both hospital sites to cut the first turf at the ceremony.
A mum-of-three who says that the hardest thing about having cancer was that her youngest daughter wouldn't kiss her for fear of catching the disease has become one of the first in the world to take part in a groundbreaking first-in-human cancer study at Weston Park Hospital.
Amanda Horsman, 43, of Warmsworth, Doncaster was told she had an advanced head and neck cancer just days before Christmas 2016, but decided to keep the news of her diagnosis hidden from her three young children, Franchesca 10, Kristian 9, and Holly 6, until the new year.
Patients have praised staff at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for the care they provide.
In the latest national cancer patient experience survey, the Trust scored highly in a number of key areas in the survey.
Professor Derek Rosario, consultant urological surgeon at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, has been named the chief investigator of a brand new £2.5m National Institute for Health Research study investigating whether a new exercise programme could improve the lives of men suffering with prostate cancer.