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The impact of cancer doesn’t stop when treatment ends. With more people than ever surviving after a diagnosis, getting support after treatment is vital.
Our Health and Wellbeing Clinics are places you can go for support if you've been through treatment and are now adjusting to life after cancer.
The clinics are run by volunteers and Macmillan professionals, who'll be on hand to provide information and support on all sorts of things you might be interested in or worried about.
We're there whether you need information on finding services near you, help with getting back to work, or just a cup of tea and a chat with someone who understands how you're feeling.
Carers are also very welcome at the clinics. Patients and their carers can talk to health professionals and other advisers about:
You'll also get the chance to meet volunteers who've been through a cancer experience and can offer support and guidance.
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm)
Macmillan provides support and information for people living with or beyond cancer.
Chat to other people living with or beyond cancer in our online community
Attend one of our self management courses
Join a local cancer support group
Find information on financial support for people living with or beyond cancer
Discover other ways to get involved with Macmillan
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