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  • Blog Post: Bowel cancer webchat 2014 – transcript

    Last week, cancer information nurses Anne and Kate were in the chatroom answering your questions about bowel cancer. Topics included hereditary bowel cancer, coping with changes to bowel habits, advanced bowel cancer, and fertility after bowel cancer treatment. Here are all the questions and answers...
  • Blog Post: Diet and cancer webchat transcript

    Dietitian Jenny and cancer information nurse Carol joined us in the chatroom for a recent chat about diet and cancer. They answered your questions on topics such as weight loss, taste and chewing problems, and how diet can impact on your risk of cancer. Here are all the questions and answers from...
  • Blog Post: Do you look after someone with cancer?

    If you look after someone with cancer, don’t worry, you’re not alone. At Macmillan, we understand how looking after someone with cancer can completely take over your life. We know that without the right support, providing this care can have a big impact on you – physically, emotionally...
  • Blog Post: Five reasons to have a Night In with your friends

    On 16 May, people all over the country will be having a Night In for Macmillan . Why? Here are just a few great reasons to get involved. It’s a brilliant fun way to catch up with your friends. Rain? Wind? Saharan dust? No problem. You can see all your favourite people without leaving the...
  • Blog Post: Bowel cancer webchat – 8 April

    Questions about bowel (colon and rectum) cancer? Join nurses Jennifer and Anne for a webchat next Tuesday lunchtime. It’s Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, so Jennifer and Anne will be in our chatroom to answer your questions. Topics could include treatment, side effects, surgery or coping with...
  • Blog Post: Benefits webchat 27 March - transcript

    Last week, benefits advisers Sarah and Sinead were in the chatroom answering your questions about benefits. Topics included, delays to PIP, benefits for people with incurable cancer and help with travel costs and the cost of wigs. All the questions and answers from the chat are below. The chat...
  • Blog Post: Diet and cancer webchat – Wednesday 2 April

    Join us next week for a live webchat about diet and cancer. Dietitian Jenny and cancer information nurse Carol will be in our chatroom on 2 April from 7-7.45pm. A healthy diet is a really important part of keeping you feeling as well as possible during and after cancer treatment. But if you have eating...
  • Blog Post: Benefits webchat - Thursday 27 March

    Get your benefits questions answered by our experts in Thursday's live webchat. Money worries are the last thing you need when you're living with cancer. But, unfortunately, we know that financial issues are one of the biggest concerns for people who've been diagnosed. Having to take...
  • Blog Post: Head & neck cancer webchat 2014 - transcript

    Last week's webchat was all about head and neck cancers . O ur experts were Allan, a cancer information nurse from the Macmillan Support Line, and Evelyn, a qualified dentist and a junior doctor who is training in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Head and neck cancers can include cancers in the...
  • Blog Post: What can people do to be there for you?

    “If there’s anything I can do to help...” This will be a familiar phrase to many members of our Community. But, while it’s great that friends and family offer to help, sometimes it seems that those offers don’t come to anything. Perhaps it’s hard to know what...
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