In 2008, the charity opened the UCAN Cancer Care Centre at Ward 44, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary which is the first of its kind in Scotland. The centre is funded by the charity and manned by a team of urological nurse specialists who offer advice, care, support and information for people affected by urological cancers and their families.
In 2011, UCAN part funded the refurbishment of Ward 44, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, at a cost of £50,000, this included upgrading and improving the ward, communal day room, flooring, signage and the nurses' station.
In 2011, UCAN launched its £2.5M campaign to fund Scotland's first robotically assisted keyhole surgical system and two integrated operating theatres for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, which will benefit all patients in the North of Scotland who require General, Gynaecological or Urological surgery in the future.
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