During the last few weeks of life, you may have emotional and physical changes. Your healthcare team can help you cope with these.
Our booklets and audio CDs talk about what might happen when someone is coming to the end of their life. Knowing what to expect could help you focus on what’s important to you.
There's a lot to take in. If you're having cancer treatment you might be feeling a range of emotions. You're not alone.
A gift in a will is a gift for people with cancer for years to come. A third of our donations come from gifts in wills, meaning we're here for more people than ever.
What's happening near you? Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you are.
Our Online Community is always open and full of people ready to support you.
For carers, friends and families of people with a terminal diagnosis to discuss their emotions about the prospect of losing their loved ones, as well as practical issues about palliative care and end of life.
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