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It’s important to know the common signs and symptoms of cancer.
Knowing what your breasts normally feel and look like can help you to notice any changes early.
Cervical screening checks for abnormal cell changes in the cervix. Finding and treating these changes can prevent cancer developing.
The prostate specific antigen (PSA) test is a blood test that measures levels of PSA protein in the blood.
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'I did the typical bloke thing of ignoring it.'
'It was just such a shock because I felt so fit and healthy.'
'I took it in my stride and just tried to deal with things as they happened.'
Order or download free, reliable information that is easy to understand. Our booklets cover signs and symptoms, diagnosis, cancer types, treatments and living with cancer.
Waiting to hear the results of tests can be a worrying time. You can talk to us about how you are feeling.
If you're deciding which charity to support with your fundraising, talk to us. We want to be there for everyone affected by cancer, and we need your help.
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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