When the person you care for is having tests or being treated for cancer, you may face a range of practical and emotional issues
We have a range of information booklets written specifically for those supporting a loved one through cancer. Order them here for free.
If you're supporting a loved one with cancer find more online information and support.
Right now, the government is consulting on what the Carers' Strategy for England should say. Ask the government to help make sure cancer carers don't have to cope alone.
Meet other people who understand what you’re going through. Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you are.
Read about how Christine cared for her husband Ray throughout his cancer diagnosis and treatment. She now volunteers as a Community Champion on the Community.
Looking after a loved one with cancer? This is a safe and supportive place to share your worries and emotions. Please remember when posting that this group is for Carers only.
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