November is lung cancer awareness month and today, we are sharing Jules’ story. Jules was diagnosed at 37 in November of 2021 with stage 4 lung cancer, which has since spread to her spine and pelvis. As her cancer is incurable, she relies on her three-monthly CT scans to tell her if she’s clear to have another three months to live.
She continues to live life with her partner and son to the full, but constantly…
Humour and cancer are almost considered a taboo subject when discussed together. However, for some it's a means of coping with a diagnosis. Join us as we take a look at how the Community may use humour to cope.
Macmillan’s Online Community can support you when you have incurable cancer. Only those who have an incurable diagnosis can truly understand how you are feeling so it can be helpful to connect with others in a similar situation.
After receiving a diagnosis, there are many different ways people use to cope and clear their mind. In this blog, we take a look at how members use being in nature to help clear their mind as well as inspire others to give it a try. Come and explore some of the tips shared by members and see if you find them helpful.
There is lots of help and support available for you from Macmillan, all year round. Find out how we keep the Online Community a safe place to find support and read cancer stories from the LGBTQIA+ community.
With May being Bladder cancer awareness month, we thought we would catch up with our Bladder cancer form to see what questions have been asked recently, and what experiences have been shared. If you are affected by bladder cancer, this blog is a snapshot of the support you can find by joining the bladder cancer forum.