We’ve recently launched our new advertising campaign Life With Cancer. The campaign reflects what people living with and affected by cancer have told us; that whilst cancer is life-changing, it isn’t always life-defining.
With the right support, many people with cancer can carry on being parents, grandparents, mates, colleagues, lovers.
Life doesn’t stop just because you’ve been diagnosed with cancer. Seeing friends, supporting family, and finding a way to pay the bills are still important, even if you’re living with a terminal diagnosis.
You may have cancer, but you are still you, with a life to lead, friends to see, family who need you and people to love. Because life with cancer is still life, and we will help you live it.
Get information and support about cancer or find ways to get involved with Macmillan.How can we help you today?
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.
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