Sign up for email support after a cancer diagnosis

You’ll receive regular emails to support you through your cancer diagnosis and beyond.

We can be there for you from day one

Complete the short form below and we’ll send you regular tailored emails to support you through your diagnosis and beyond, covering topics like:

  • learning about your cancer type and the possible side effects of treatment
  • planning and managing your finances
  • talking about your diagnosis with loved ones and colleagues
  • coping with any changes in your relationships
  • understanding which benefits you may be entitled to
  • following a healthy diet during treatment.

All you need to provide is your name, cancer type and email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Sign up for relevant information and support

Providing support

To provide you with relevant information by email, we would like to ask you some questions and your answers may include sensitive information about your cancer experience and health.

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Staying in touch

Sign up now to receive regular tailored emails giving you relevant information, links and guidance to Macmillan's services to support you through your cancer diagnosis.

We would also like to use the information you have provided to tell you more about our services and other ways we can support you. If you have shared any information about your cancer experience, we will use this to tailor the support services we offer you.

We promise to keep your details safe and never sell or swap them with anyone. Our privacy policy explains how we keep this promise. If you don't want to hear from us, or change your mind about how we contact you, email or call 0300 1000 200.

Ways we can help

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Looking after someone with cancer?

If you look after a loved one with cancer, you may need support too. We have information to help carers.

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Worried about money?

We have tools and resources to help you to plan and manage your finances when you have cancer.

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Worried about work?

There are laws in place to support you. Find out about your rights at work and how your employer can support you.

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Talking to children about cancer?

Talking to children and teenagers about cancer can be challenging. We have tips to help you.

Need information now?

Answer four quick questions to get relevant information and support.