We understand that people with cancer are worried about coronavirus. Here is the latest guidance.
When someone close to you has been diagnosed with cancer, you may find you have many different feelings. Get information to help you support your loved one.
If you give unpaid support to a partner, family member, friend or neighbour who could not manage without this help, you may be a carer.
When someone you know has cancer, there are lots of things you can do to support them. You can also get support to help you cope with your own feelings.
Having a friend who has been diagnosed with cancer can be hard to cope with. Get tips on how you can support them, and find out how we can help you.
When someone in your family has cancer, you might find it hard to cope. Talking to each other about it can help you all cope.
When your partner has cancer, you might find it hard to cope. Talk to them about how to support them. It may help you understand each other and feel closer.
You may feel unsure about what to say to someone with cancer. We have advice to help you make talking and listening easier and deal with difficulties.
When someone you care about has cancer, it is normal to experience many different feelings. Get tips and support to help you cope with these feelings.