Becoming a parent is a big decision for anyone to make. It might not be something you are ready to think about yet. But if you do start thinking about it, here are some things to consider.
Order or download our guide with information about fertility for teenagers and young people living with cancer.
Your doctor will talk to you about your treatment and any possible effects on your fertility. But if you've got questions now, our treatment information can help.
If you’re feeling up to some physical activity it can really help you to feel better. We've got a range of events you can get involved in.
What's happening near you? Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you are.
Read Amrik's guest blog about being diagnosed with cancer age 18. He discusses the impact this had on his studies, the support he received and how he found a light at the end of the tunnel.
If you're diagnosed with cancer at a young age, you might have very specific concerns as to its impact - this group's a space for those diagnosed at a young age to share and talk about their experiences with others of a similar age.