Fatigue is feeling very tired most, or all, of the time. It is a very common problem for people with cancer.
Order booklets with information about cancer treatments, side effects and what you could expect after treatment. You can come back to these whenever they're helpful.
If you're coping with fatigue, even small tasks can be really tough. We've got lots of clear information to help you make sense of possible practical issues.
You don't have to climb mountains to give something back. For example, we need people affected by cancer to review our booklets, from home, in their own time.
What's happening near you? Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you are.
Paul shares how he learnt he had kidney cancer after a pain in his side while on holiday, and how he has since recovered from surgery to remove his left kidney.
Cancer can be emotionally draining, but sharing your feelings can help you and others in your situation. Talk about it here.
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