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We are Macmillan. Cancer Support
We work with partner organisations to increase the range and scope of our research.
The Macmillan Survivorship Research Group is a group of researchers at Southampton University which is funded as part of a Macmillan five-year programme grant.
The Macmillan Palliative Care Collaborative is a small group of academics who were brought together to research the development and evaluation of new services in advanced and incurable illness.
Macmillan Cancer Support and the National Cancer Intelligence Network are working in partnership to develop robust data analysis of the 2.5 million people currently living with cancer in the UK.
Macmillan has partnered with the Department of Health, supported by NHS Improvement, to create the National Cancer Survivorship initiative.
Find out about Macmilan's programmes of work:
The Consequences of Cancer Treatment collaborative (CCaT) was created in 2009 by Macmillan Cancer Support and the Department of Health for England, to influence and improve care for cancer survivors experiencing side effects of treatment.
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