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  • Blog Post: Life after cancer webchat transcript

    Last week, we held a live webchat about life after cancer. Completing your treatment, or hearing the news that your scans show no sign of cancer is definitely a cause for celebration, but it isn’t always the end of the journey. Many people find that the impact can continue to affect them for some...
  • Blog Post: Prostate cancer webchat - transcript

    This month is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and, earlier this week, we hosted a live prostate cancer webchat with Jennifer Gorrie and John Newlands, specialist nurses from the Macmillan Support Line. Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer in men in the UK. It generally affects men...
  • Blog Post: Prostate cancer webchat – Tuesday 12 March

    This month is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and we’re hosting a live prostate cancer webchat. Jennifer Gorrie, a specialist nurse from the Macmillan Support Line, will be live in our chatroom from 12-1pm to answer your questions. Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer in men...
  • Blog Post: Older people and cancer webchat transcript

    In last week’s live webchat, Kath Curley from the Older People’s Advocacy Alliance (OPAAL) and Teresa Gonzales from the Macmillan Support Line answered your questions about older people and cancer. More than half the people living with cancer in the UK are aged 70 or over, and they...
  • Blog Post: Older people and cancer webchat – Tuesday 22 January

    Next Tuesday lunchtime, we’ll be holding a live webchat about older people and cancer. Kath Curley from the Older People’s Advocacy Alliance and Teresa Gonzales, a specialist nurse from the Macmillan Support Line will be answering questions in the chatroom. More than half the people...
  • Blog Post: Friends and family webchat - transcript

    If someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, you’ll know that the news can hit family and friends hard too. That’s why, last week, we held a live webchat for anyone with a loved one with cancer. Teresa, a specialist nurse from the Macmillan Support Line, answered questions on...
  • Blog Post: Lung cancer webchat transcript

    November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month so, on Wednesday we hosted a live lung cancer webchat with Kate Goldie, a specialist nurse from our Macmillan Support Line. Kate answered questions on managing breathlessness, chemotherapy side effects, tiredness and advanced lung cancer. If you’d...
  • Blog Post: Lung cancer webchat – Wednesday 21 November

    November is lung cancer awareness month, so we’re giving you the chance to join our live lung cancer webchat with Kate Goldie, a specialist nurse from the Macmillan Support Line. Research by Macmillan recently hit the news when it showed that lung cancer cases in women are likely to soar...
  • Blog Post: Breast Cancer Awareness Month webchat transcript

    It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and last week, our specialist nurse Ellen answered your breast cancer questions live in the chatroom. Topics included clinical trials, risk-reducing surgery, follow-ups after treatment, and secondary cancers. Here are all the questions and answers from...
  • Blog Post: Lung Cancer Awareness: Transcript

    Last week nurses Jane and Heidi were available live in our chat room to answer your questions about lung cancer. Thank you to those of you who came along and asked questions, for those who didn't the transcript is available here. Please send this to anyone who you think might find it useful, and...