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A diagnosis of cancer can have an impact on many areas of your life, both during and after treatment. Get information and practical advice to help you cope with issues ranging from side effects of treatment and talking about cancer to managing your finances.
Cancer and cancer treatments can cause a range of symptoms and side effects. These can often be effectively managed or controlled.
Get practical advice about financial issues
It can help to think ahead when going to work, planning a holiday, getting travel insurance or arranging care for your pets
Cancer can have an emotional and physical impact on your relationships, but there's help available for you, your family and friends
When your treatment is over, it's important to give yourself time to adjust to any physical or emotional changes.
People are living longer than before but there may be other issues to take into account when you're older and diagnosed with cancer
Cancer and its treatment can sometimes cause problems with eating. There are tips to help you manage different eating problems and maintain a healthy diet.
Access Macmillan's range of resources about work and cancer, whether you're an employee or an employer looking for information
A cancer experience can trigger a range of emotional responses for you, your family and friends, but there are a number of ways to manage them and get support.
Find out more about how physical activity can help during and after cancer treatment
It's usually a shock if a cancer comes back. There may be decisions and plans you want or need to make to if this happens.
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm)
After treatment it helps to know what to expect and where you can get further support.
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If you have any questions about cancer, need support or just want someone to talk to, ask Macmillan.
Having cancer is a life-changing experience. If you're going through or have finished treatment, you might find it helps to talk about it and share your thoughts, feelings and advice with other people.
If you're adjusting to living with and after cancer, you can help other people like you:
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