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Macmillan Cancer Support in Northern Ireland offers practical, medical, emotional and financial help to people affected by cancer. We provide specially trained medical professionals to the NHS and have recently opened an information and support centre in Belfast.
We also campaign to improve the lives of people in Northern Ireland living with cancer. Find out about our Campaign for Change in the Assembly Election 2011|.
Macmillan has established benefits and financial advice partnerships throughout Northern Ireland. We also work with politicians from all parties to get a better deal for people with cancer, focusing on issues including prescription charges and the cost of hospital parking.
Visit the Northern Ireland fundraising page| for local news and events.
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Post a cheque made out to 'Macmillan Cancer Support' to:
Macmillan Cancer Support
PO Box 2058
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We want to work in partnership with the Northern Ireland Assembly so that everyone living with cancer - regardless of where they live, the type of cancer they have, or the hospital they attend - can expect to get the best clinical, emotional, financial and practical help.
We call on the Assembly to put people at the heart of its services and commit to:
Find out about our campaign to Change cancer care today| in Northern Ireland.
Macmillan has campaigned alongside Members of the Legislative Assembly in Stormont to introduce a fuel payment for cancer patients to help them cope with the cold during treatment. Health Minister Edwin Poots announced this would happen in December 2012 – and payments meeting the criteria of treatment at a set point in December 2012 would get £100. Macmillan will now campaign to make that payment happen every year.
You can support Macmillan's work and help make a difference to the lives of people living with cancer in Northern Ireland by joining our e-campaign network. It's ideal if you want to help but don't have much time or money to give.
By being part of the network you will have the opportunity to take action and make a real difference. We will email you from time to time with ways in which you can support our campaigns. We will also send you our e-campaigner newsletter every two months. Become an e-campaigner.|
Get face-to-face support and information in your local area by visiting a cancer support group or information centre near you.
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