This is a place where you can read about everything that's happening on Macmillan's Community. From guest stories, to sharing awareness months, here is where you'll hear about all of the latest from Macmillan's Community. This blog is run by Macmillan's Community Team.
We understand that people are worried about COVID-19. Our coronavirus hub contains the latest guidance for people affected by cancer.
Audrey who is a Macmillan Nurse Specialist on the Support Line, and in our Ask an Nurse section, has been speaking to people living with cancer about staying active and exercising. In today’s Community News Blog, Audrey is sharing information and some resources at the end to help you move your body.
You will find the resource links at the bottom of the page.
In a time where we are all trying to adjust to the constant…
We know from our members that the waiting and uncertainty around test results and worrying symptoms can be one of the hardest things to deal with.
"The waiting really is the worst part"Xxnataliexx
"If you read the posts for all the ladies of this forum, we all agree, that the hardest thing is the waiting between tests and results and worrying."MrsBJH
The coronavirus pandemic has unfortunately had…
Radiotherapy is part of many people’s experiences with cancer, and lots of members talk about Radiotherapy here in the Online Community. No matter what treatment you’re experiencing, here in the Community there might be someone who really understands. We’ve collated some of our members’ tips and support below.
Radiotherapy uses high-energy rays, such as x-rays, to treat cancer. People can have…
A loved one’s cancer diagnosis can have just as large an impact as a personal diagnosis. Our Cancer Information and Support Advisor, Jenna, is here to talk through some of the complicated emotions you might feel, and ways you can help yourself cope. If you missed the Jenna’s first blog post, you can read it here.
In Part 1 of this blog series, I talked through the huge emotional impact coping with the incurable…
Whatever cancer throws your way, we’re right there with you.
We’re here to provide physical, financial and emotional support.
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