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We asked candidates standing in the Assembly election to support our campaign and put people at the heart of cancer services in Wales.
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Thank you to the hundreds of campaigners who took action to change cancer care in Wales. Our campaign was an incredible success with nearly half of all politicians elected committing to support our campaign.
In fact the Welsh Labour Party, which won the election, included all of Macmillan’s calls in their election manifesto.
We are now working hard to make sure that all Assembly Members (AMs) help improve cancer care for people living in Wales.
Watch our election film, narrated by Peter and Fiona Thomas [pictured] from
There are almost 120,000 people living with cancer in Wales today. By 2030 that number will have nearly doubled.
We're asking the government to develop a national cancer strategy that puts people at its heart. A strategy will ensure that every person diagnosed with cancer has:
Find out more about our election calls.|
If you're affected by any of the issues in this campaign, we can help:
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free
We can provide financial support and benefits advice
We have information about living with and after cancer.
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