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  • I've just been diagnosed

    Being diagnosed with cancer can be a huge shock. You might be overwhelmed, worried about what happens next or thinking about the impact on your life. Here is some information that could be a good starting point:

  • I'm having treatment

    If you've started treatment you might want to know more about how it will affect you. It can help to record any side effects or concerns, so you can discuss them with your medical team.

  • I've finished treatment

    If your treatment is over, it's important to give yourself time to get back to being you again. Here is some advice about emotional and physical effects that you might be coping with.

  • Cancer and older people

    This information is for older people who have questions or concerns about cancer. It explains the different types of treatment and support available. It also has information about living with cancer and other conditions.

  • Teens and young adults

    If you are a young person who is living with cancer, there is information and support especially for you.

  • Children's cancer

    Information about children's cancers, including how they are diagnosed, the treatments involved, possible side effects and how to get support.

  • Someone I know has cancer

    If your friend, relative, colleague or neighbour has cancer, it can be hard to know what to do for the best. We can help you find the right words and give you some tips to help you, because nobody should have to face cancer alone.

  • I'm looking after someone with cancer

    If you are looking after a loved one with cancer, Macmillan is here for you. You may feel like you're just doing your bit, but the help you provide is so important. We understand how this can sometimes affect you physically, emotionally and financially. You're likely to need support too and we are here to help.

  • Cancer and other conditions

    Information and advice to help you cope with cancer if you are also coping with another medical condition.

  • Cancer and pregnancy

    Being diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy can be very hard. You might be coping with difficult feelings, or facing hard decisions about cancer treatment. Here is some information about coping with the emotional and practical issues you may experience, being diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy, the treatment you may have and having your baby.

  • Rare cancers

    Here is some information about coping with the emotional and practical issues you may experience. There is also information about diagnosis during pregnancy, different cancer treatments you may have, and about having your baby.