HCC (Haematology Cancer Care)
This project is the portrayal of patients on their care journey at UCLH. It shows the commitment and nard work of staff and a glimpse into every day life for patients with blood cancers and other genetic diseases. The work was created when I was the photographer in Residence at HCC.
For over 26 years now HCC (Haematology Cancer Care), a charity, has been an integral part in supporting patients and staff at the Haematology department at University College London Hospital (UCLH).
The staff at the department and HCC are committed to supporting haematological patients in any way they can including through fundraising activities and events. Uniquely, HCC is run by senior clinical staff working closely with all haematology teams and patients. HCC provides wide-ranging support including high-tech medical equipment and research projects, free complementary therapy for patients and families and specialist education for nurses across five inpatient wards, day-care, ambulatory care and young adult and outpatient services within haematology at UCLH.