We have produced two short guides providing practical ideas and suggestions around recovery from cancer.
'It takes a special kind of person to do what the Macmillan crowd do.'
'Do whatever it is that you need to feel good and get back control.'
'The lady decided to cook all the food for us, free of charge.'
'I spent about three or four months being totally bald and really happy.'
Enhance your skills and knowledge through e-learning modules, face-to-face courses, events and toolkits.
Order or download free, reliable information for the people you support. Our booklets cover signs and symptoms, diagnosis, cancer types, treatments and living with cancer. There is also merchandise, signage and everyday essentials.
Four in five people are worse off financially because of their cancer diagnosis. Please tell your patients that we can help with guidance on financial planning, mortgages, accessing pensions and insurance and provide advice on benefits they may be entitled to.
Access key information about our work in the prevention and diagnosis of cancer, treatment and its consequences, living well and palliative care.
Read Imogen's blog about her experience as a Macmillan support line volunteer. She highlights the benefits of talking about cancer and looks at some of the different ways people can start talking.
If you've just joined up and aren't sure where to start, this is the group for you. Tell us a bit about what brings you here, and don't be afraid to ask questions. Someone will be on hand to welcome you and point you in the right direction