We are a support group for people diagnosed with or recovering from oesophageal and gastric cancers. We also campaign for a better awareness for the signs and symptoms of the disease

GUTSY is run by patients to provide support and information primarily for patients undergoing surgical treatment, radiotherapy or chemotherapy for these cancers. Our aim is to share our experiences with anyone visiting this site or attending our meetings

We realise people will  visit this site for a variety of reasons. Some will just want to be reassured that they are not alone in combating their disease and who just want basic advice. Others will need to understand everything there is to know about their condition and its treatment.

Inevitably this site will tread a middle path between the two.

feel fuller than you would  expect after eating?


These symptoms may be nothing to worry about but it may be worth visiting your GP  
(Gastric and oesophageal cancer awareness campaign)

Worcester NEWSClick

Gloucester NEWSClick

N Wales NEWS  Click

Healthunlocked - NHS and OPA supported oesophageal cancer discussion forum. Lots of useful advice


Visit our Facebook page

N Wales

Next meeting:

Wed 13 February 2-4pm

Rossett Hall Hotel

Chester Road

Rossett, LL12 0DE

GUTSY phone support

0800 707 6907 (Freephone)  For people affected by surgery for oesophageal or stomach cancer. Dialling this number puts you in immediate contact with  a fellow patient. Feel free to phone! More info

News, views and your chance to meet up with fellow patients

Have your questions answered by the consultants and health professionals


Meetings are held at:

Fownes Hotel
City Walls Road

Next meeting to be ammonced



Next meeting:

Gloucester Farmers Club Greville Close
Sandhurst Rd,

Gloucester, GL2 9RG

Latest info

Have you been affected by cancer? Health and Well-being events in North Wales

Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing? Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, has a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.


There is a lot of information about events in N Wales on the North Wales Cancer Patient forum website  - Click here to go to the site

Future events coming in 2019: watch this space

Duncan Stewart is unable to attend this meeting. We will be holding a question and answer session with the help of CNS Kate Holloway from Chester