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About Hey Jude

Hey Jude is a Norfolk based registered charity set up for the purpose of researching practical ways to support people with chronic diseases to improve the quality of their lives.

Jude was known as the Patron Saint of no hopers and it is our intention to follow in the role of Jude, by returning hope to these people and their families. The elephant is a symbol of strength and signifies the mental fortitude of those affected and their families, who continue to fight against all the odds.

We support those affected by cancer, by giving medical advice on aspects of management from prevention to surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.  For all those ‘no-hopers’ who have been told that there is no treatment available, we research other possibilities including ongoing clinical trials or evidence for any other therapy that may improve their outlook.

What we do

We offer advice and practical management on all aspects of treatment to those with any chronic neurological disorders such as: Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis including any condition where no definite diagnosis has been confirmed.

A secondary intention is to raise funds for research into the role of bacteria, fungi and viruses as the underlying cause of diseases, such as cancer, arthritis, neurological and autoimmune disease. We aim to continue to help research the studies of some of the great scientists, who have already laid the foundation stones for this.

The charity has been founded by Dr. Henry Mannings who has a wide experience of over 40 years, in family medicine, cancer medicine and treatment with immunotherapy. He previously founded the highly successful Star Throwers Cancer charity, which continues to support those affected by cancer.

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