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Find out more about becoming a Cancer Voice.
A Cancer Voice can be anyone affected by cancer, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, background and cancer experience.
Whether you're a spouse, partner, carer or someone with a cancer diagnosis, you can become a Cancer Voice today.
There's no such thing as a typical Cancer Voice. You come from all age groups and walks of life. But the one thing you have in common is you're absolutely vital to our work.
Cancer Voices use their experience to improve cancer services and raise awareness of the realities of living with cancer.
There are a lots of activities you can get involved in, including:
Read how other Cancer Voices have got involved to improve cancer care| .
Join us on a one-off basis or make it a regular commitment. It's up to you how active you want to be, how much time you offer and what activities you get involved in.
Get a taste of the kind of activities on offer from other Cancer Voices.|
Your key contribution as a Cancer Voice is your cancer experience. For most roles, we're also looking for time, energy and enthusiasm, rather than any particular skills. However, each activity will list any additional skills you may need.
We do our best to make sure information is available to people who don't have access to the internet or emails. We can send you details of different opportunities in the post, along with any questionnaires you'd like to answer.
Some of our opportunities involve going to meetings or getting together in groups, but you can do many Cancer Voices activities from home.
We want to make sure you feel happy and confident about carrying out different roles. We support you by offering:
You can also access free training through our Learn Zone|. We have all sorts of courses - from single workshops to long-term courses - which cover a range of topics. For further information, visit our Learn Zone|.
Find out more about the Cancer Voices Network and how to register.|
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
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