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We are Macmillan. Cancer Support
Find out more about Macmillan's work programmes and services.
Macmillan provides a number of direct services for people affected by cancer and professionals to get the information they need in a range of useful formats.
Macmillan is working in partnership with the Department of Health and Age UK on a project to address under-treatment of older people with cancer.
Read about Macmillan's aims and End of Life care campaign, or find more information about dying with cancer.
Find out more about the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI), Macmillan's partnership with the Department of Health to ensure that cancer survivors get the support they need.
Macmillan is currently campaigning to have the social care needs of people living with cancer, and their carers, to be properly recognised, and a holistic package of support be available and accessible to all.
Macmillan Quality in Information and Support Services (MQuISS) is a quality standard to allow cancer information and support services to develop and deliver high quality information to people affected by cancer.
The Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (MQEM) is a detailed quality framework used for assessing whether cancer care environments meet the standards required by people living with cancer. It is the first assessment tool of its kind in the UK.
Macmillan's corporate partners support the work of health and social care professionals by providing specialist services and assistance for people affected by cancer.
Macmillan is piloting our one-to-one support implementation project in 16 sites across the UK.
'I was diagnosed early' is one of our nine outcomes that we want everyone affected by cancer to be able to say by 2030. Find out about our early diagnosis programme.
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