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Contributing to the rehabilitation Centre in Uppsala

“We care about what people think – talking about those difficult problems with patients, both youngsters and adults, is not easy.” Ann-Charlotte Pellettieri, psychotherapist and project manager.

The Rehabilitation Centre at Uppsala University Hospital was created in 2006 to take care of patients suffering from different types of cancer. Today the unit runs counseling, legal advice and other support sessions and has welcomed up to 2000 patients since it opened. The Galderma Uppsala site in Sweden is currently supporting this Rehabilitation Center for a period of three years, providing grants and also volunteers participation to run some of the sessions. Their support is highly appreciated by the doctors and nurses at the unit who do not always have time to consider more social issues of the disease.




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