Barmy Army BGH lamp fundraiser

The Borders Barmy Army pounded out �524.50 towards a PDT (Photo Dynamic Therapy) lamp for Borders General Hospital's dermatology department by taking to a treadmill at the hospital for a day-long fundraiser. The picture features dermatology consultant Andrew MacKenzie, clinical nurse specialist Helen McKendrick, Lee Myers, Liam Myers, Martin Noble, Charlie Doyle and Kirstyn Hume. Also in attendance were Lindsay Wilson, Richard Minnikin and Roddy Gladstone.
The Borders Barmy Army pounded out �524.50 towards a PDT (Photo Dynamic Therapy) lamp for Borders General Hospital's dermatology department by taking to a treadmill at the hospital for a day-long fundraiser. The picture features dermatology consultant Andrew MacKenzie, clinical nurse specialist Helen McKendrick, Lee Myers, Liam Myers, Martin Noble, Charlie Doyle and Kirstyn Hume. Also in attendance were Lindsay Wilson, Richard Minnikin and Roddy Gladstone.

The Borders Barmy Army pounded out £524.50 towards a PDT (Photo Dynamic Therapy) lamp for Borders General Hospital’s dermatology department by taking to a treadmill at the hospital for a day-long fundraiser.

PDT is a non-invasive procedure for patients with extensive sun damage of the skin or sun damage on difficult-to-treat areas where other treatments such as surgery or cryotherapy may be difficult.

PDT selectively destroys tumour cells while preserving healthy tissue.

Anyone wishing to support this fundraising project should log on to www.justgiving.com/friendsofbgh or contact Sandra Henwood (sandra.henwood@borders.scot.nhs.uk or 01896 826564). The picture features dermatology consultant Andrew MacKenzie, clinical nurse specialist Helen McKendrick, Lee Myers, Liam Myers, Martin Noble, Charlie Doyle and Kirstyn Hume. Also in attendance were Lindsay Wilson, Richard Minnikin and Roddy Gladstone.