Maggie's Aberdeen - Maggie's Centres

Maggie's Aberdeen

If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, Maggie's Aberdeen can help.

“I encourage all of my patients to go to Maggie’s because they are made to feel special. They can talk to experienced professional staff members without feeling the rush and pressure of a hospital setting."
Dr Jane Tighe, Unit Clinical Director for Haematology, Oncology a

Welcome to Maggie's Aberdeen

Cancer support

Whatever kind of cancer, and whatever stage you’re at – we're here with you. Many of our staff are NHS-trained and all our Cancer Support Specialists have expert knowledge about cancer and treatment. 

Our warm and welcoming centre is a place to unwind, a place to find information or switch off from it, a place to talk about cancer or forget about it – just come in. 

Meet the team

What's on: Friday 29 September

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Stories from our centre

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Donna's story – support after my husband died

Donna quickly realised that Maggie's is there for everyone affected by cancer.
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Aileen's story – Maggie's will always be here for us

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Lynn's story – support for siblings living in opposite ends of the country

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Getting here

Maggie's Aberdeen

at the Elizabeth Montgomerie Building, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen AB25 2UZ

Getting here by:

We are situated just off Westburn Road and this is the easiest access to our car parking spaces through the hospital barrier system. 

There are frequent bus services running on Westburn Road and also to the hospital site. For more information please take a look a the NHS Grampian bus guide.

The easiest way to reach the centre by foot is from Westburn Road. If coming from other parts of the hospital the centre is signposted.

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Our beautiful building, was built in 2013. It's a white building in the shape of a pebble or shell and offers warmth and a feeling of safety and protection to all its visitors.

News from our centre...

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Shock of early ‘crash’ menopause caused by cancer treatment

“I didn’t realise the menopause would be harder than my cancer treatment.” Alice, 41

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Maggie's to roll out course to help people with 'chemo brain'

A course to help people with ‘chemo brain’ is being rolled out across the UK by cancer support charity Maggie’s after successfully helping people in Scotland.

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Research shows that people with cancer are more concerned with the cost of travel insurance when going away

Of the 200 people with cancer who took part in our poll across our social media channels, we found that 60% listed insurance as their top concern when going on holiday. This was ahead of being away from their medical team (31%), pain management (6%) and nutrition (3%). 

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