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Macmillan makes sure the needs of people affected by cancer are represented in Parliament.
We influence Government and politicians to improve care and support at every stage of the cancer journey.
The next step is to ensure that the strategy is properly funded, focusing in particular on ensuring there is adequate funding attached to the implementation of our priority recommendations.
We only get one chance to get the care right for someone at the end of their life. That is why Macmillan is campaigning to improve care at the end of life, to give people the support they need to live and die in the place of their choosing.
It is vital that people with cancer and their carers are properly supported to manage the financial impact of their diagnosis.
There are over 1.1 million carers in the UK but nearly half have told us they’re not receiving any support.
The APPG holds regular meetings to discuss priorities and to hear from expert speakers.
Macmillan Question Time is our annual panel event in Parliament for people affected by cancer. This year Luciana Berger MP, Norman Lamb MP, and Jo Churchill MP joined our Chief Executive Lynda Thomas to answer questions on the future of cancer care.
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Senior Public Affairs Officer - End of life
Public Affairs Officer - Carers
Head of Public Affairs
Public Affairs Officer - Welfare
Public Affairs Officer - Redesigning the system
Senior Public Affairs Officer - Living with and beyond
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Public Affairs Officer - APPGC
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Senior Public Affairs Officer - Cancer Strategy
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From our local information and support centres to our cancer support specialists, we can help you find the support you need.
We provide high quality, up-to-date cancer information for cancer patients, their families and carers.
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