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Macmillan's cancer information

This blog will give you regular, high-quality information about cancer. You'll also get to meet the info team and get updates on our projects. We hope you find it useful. And if there are any topics you'd like us to blog about, just let us know.

Latest Entries
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    Living with myeloma

    Many people with myeloma are now living longer and better lives with treatment. There may be long periods when the cancer is under control and you are living your day-to-day life. But there can still be ways that myeloma can affect you, whether physically, financially or emotionally. Below, our Information Development Nurse Rebecca lists some things...
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    Mental Health Awareness Week: 10 tips to manage sleep problems

    To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Content Developer Azmina explores how sleep affects our mental well-being and gives 10 practical tips for managing sleep problems. Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 18 to 24 May 2020. This year, the theme is how sleep or a lack of it can affect how we feel and our mental health. Many people affected...
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    International Nurses' Day

    Now, more than ever, people are appreciating the contribution of nurses to society. Today is International Nurses’ Day. To mark it, our Information Development Nurse Teri reflects on her own experiences as an oncology (cancer) nurse, and how the current coronavirus pandemic is changing things. In recent weeks, the international profile of all health...
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    Stress Awareness Month

    Stress is something many of us deal with on a daily basis, but in the current times, feelings of stress may be higher than usual. With all of the change and uncertainty at the moment it is natural to feel overwhelmed, or more stressed than usual. April is Stress Awareness Month, and in this blog, Editorial Assistant Molly suggests some ways to cope...
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    Our easy read information

    What is easy read? Easy read uses simple words and pictures to explain information. Who is it for? Easy read is useful for anyone who finds it hard to read, including people: with a learning disability with conditions that affect their concentration, or how they mentally process information who have English as a second language. What is...