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Being more active can help with some of the side effects you might experience during and after cancer treatment, such as fatigue and depression. Find out how you can be more active during and after cancer treatment to improve your health.
Find out about the benefits of being physically active| during and after cancer treatment.
Order| or download| your Move More pack to support becoming active, including a getting started guide, an activity diary and advice about the right activity for you.
Watch our videos about physical activity| and cancer, and see how being active benefits people living with and beyond cancer. You can also share your thoughts and ask questions about physical activity in our online community|.
You can read our media report about why we think physical activity is important [PDF, 644Kb]|.
Get active and enjoy the great outdoors while raising money for people affected by cancer on our Miles for Macmillan| walks.
You might also be interested in taking on one of our challenge events|, from cycling to hiking, running to triathlon.
Health and social care professionals can order bulk copies of our Move More pack|, along with pedometers for patients.
Read the reviews of the evidence| [PDF, 202 Kb] for the benefits for patients of being more active during and after cancer treatment.
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm)
Find out how our partner Boots UK| is encouraging customers to get active for Macmillan
Gardening is a great way to get active. Find hints and tips about gardening for health from Macmillan supporter, The National Gardens Scheme|
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
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