Steve Richards, Macmillan's Director of Professional Engagement, looks back at this year's Macmillan Professionals Excellence Awards and event.
The Lister Macmillan Cancer Centre - Building work has started on a new Macmillan Cancer Centre.
Half a million cancer survivors face poor health - 200,000 cancer survivors are estimated to be left with long-term pain after surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
A new way to find volunteers in your area - Macmillan has set up the Volunteering Village - an online system to help you find the right volunteers for your needs.
Supporting carers in crisis - Across the UK, more than one million people are looking after someone with cancer.
Boots and Macmillan broaden local support - Boots Macmillan Beauty Advisors are the latest development in the innovative partnership between Boots and Macmillan.
Tailored cancer information for Scotland - People living with cancer in Scotland can now access personalised information about their cancer types, tests and treatment.
The Macmillan Excellence Awards - Announcing the winners of our annual awards for Macmillan professionals.
Reviewing the Liverpool Care Pathway - Macmillan has responded to the decision by the Department of Health to phase out the Liverpool Care Pathway, a plan for patients in the final days and hours of life.
Success so far for Broadening Horizons - A project aiming to raise awareness among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities has made great strides in its first three years.
More than just health needs - How Macmillan is planning to put a greater focus on social care needs.
An interview with Sarah Bunce, Macmillan Psychosocial Support Worker.
Information giving - A course run by Macmillan and NHS Grampian has focused on helping nurses to assess and meet patients' information needs about cancer.
Legal help at the end of life - After a successful pilot, a scheme providing legal support for terminally ill people may soon be available nationally.
Let's talk about work - Macmillan's work support route guide supports professionals to help people affected by cancer make informed choices about employment.
Post-treatment support - An education programme for people who have completed breast cancer treatment is continuing after a successful pilot.
Looking back - As she prepares for retirement, Jackie Pooler reflects on 21 years as a Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Supporting Families with Cancer - Dr Julian Barwell speaks with us about medical supermarkets and other elements of the Supporting Families with Cancer project.
Celebrating 21 years of Macmillan cancer information and support.
20 years of specialist support - Celebrating two decades of Macmillan cancer information and support services.
The right setting - A nurse-led histology clinic based in a Macmillan information and support centre is changing how test results are delivered.
Keeping patients informed - Sarah James explains how her work for two different organisations helps to keep people with cancer informed about their treatment.
Training volunteers together - A group of managers are sharing resources to boost volunteers' knowledge and skills.
Well-being in Wales - How libraries are supporting the well-being of people affected by cancer.
Sharing good practice: Primary care after cancer treatment
Part one - Primary care after cancer treatment: helping general practice do more
Part two - Evidence base
Part three - Policy
Part four - Resources
Part five - References