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Our campaigns fight for real change. To help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can. Join our campaigns and make a difference.

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Cancer Matters: General Election 2019

The 2019 General Election is a vital opportunity for us to join together and make our voices heard. Macmillan needs your help to make sure new MPs put support for people with cancer at the top of their agenda when they join Parliament.

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Sign up as an campaigner

Do you want to volunteer your time to make positive change? Become part of a movement of over 19,500 people across the UK, who are campaigning for better support for people living with cancer.

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Campaign success stories

We’ve spoken out against prescription charges, welfare cuts and the lack of support for carers. And with your help we’ve really changed things for the better.

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Money and cancer

We want to make sure everyone gets the help they need to cope with the cost of cancer, and we're calling on banks to have a legal duty of care towards their customers.

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Cancer — a costly diagnosis?

Cancer can affect people in many ways. But what is often overlooked is the financial cost of cancer. Our report focuses on the first-hand experiences of the difficulties faced by people living with cancer.

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Local campaigning

There are many ways to support our campaigns, from attending events to lobbying your MP. Get the latest info and materials you need to become a successful campaigner.

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Tackle the carers' crisis

We are campaigning to make sure the almost 1.5 million people in the UK who look after a family member, friend or neighbour with cancer get the support they need.

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