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Just say the word. Lots of men find it difficult to ask for help when they're affected by cancer. But we're here for you. Our free Support Line is only a call away on 0808 808 00 00 (Monday to Friday, 9am - 8pm).

Some of the ways we can help

  • Financial support

    If cancer is affecting your finances, find out how we can make money one less worry.

  • Work and cancer

    Cancer can have a big impact on work. Whether you are an employee, carer, business or manager we can provide support and information about work and cancer.

  • Emotional support

    Worrying about cancer can have a big impact on your feelings. Read our advice to help you cope with your emotions.

  • In your area

    Find support in your local area, from Information and Support Centres to local support groups.

See how we've been there for others

Close-up of Amuz, a young man with dark hair and beard, sits in a stripped back room and talks to the camera.

Luke, Adam and Amuz

For Luke, Adam and Amuz, cancer was a huge challenge both emotionally and physically. They talk about their experiences and how asking for support helped them.

Luke, Adam and Amuz

For Luke, Adam and Amuz, cancer was a huge challenge both emotionally and physically. They talk about their experiences and how asking for support helped them.

Antoine looks into the distance with a park behind him

Antoine

Antoine, 39, is a Showroom Manager at Benchmarx Kitchens & Joinery in London. He was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2007.

Antoine

Antoine, 39, is a Showroom Manager at Benchmarx Kitchens & Joinery in London. He was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2007.

Gary

When Gary was diagnosed with leukaemia, he had to deal with practical and financial worries, as well as the emotional strain but Macmillan was there for him.

Gary

When Gary was diagnosed with leukaemia, he had to deal with practical and financial worries, as well as the emotional strain but Macmillan was there for him.

Thom

Emergency surgery for colon cancer, followed by chemotherapy, left 27-year-old Thom feeling ‘like a complete zombie’. But he’ll never forget the support he got from Macmillan.

Thom

Emergency surgery for colon cancer, followed by chemotherapy, left 27-year-old Thom feeling ‘like a complete zombie’. But he’ll never forget the support he got from Macmillan.

Building support together

We're working with partners across the construction, electrical and home improvement sectors to try and encourage more men to speak up and seek cancer support.

With their help, we’re raising awareness of cancer and telling people where they can get support. And we’re raising vital funds to help some of the millions of people in the UK affected by cancer today.

Building support with Benchmarx, CEF, ISG, Mace foundation, Selco, Telent, Topps Tiles, Travis Perkins and Wolseley.