We are here to help with the emotional and practical issues you and your loved ones might face following a cancer diagnosis. How we feel can affect us both physically and emotionally. It helps to be open and honest about how you feel. There is no right or wrong way to do this – do whatever feels right for you. Support groups and online communities can be a good way to talk to people in a similar situation. It’s important to look after yourself too. Try to take regular break
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Google Tag Manager Macmillan GTM Container Script v2.2.1 Start Asynchronous Code End Asynchronous Code Macmillan's Online Community Favicon CanonicalTag Page Metadata StartFragment If you or a loved one is dealing with cancer, our Online Community is a place you can talk to others who understand what you are going through. Many of our Community members say hearing from others who are going through similar experiences helps them feel less alone. This site is a safe space
StartFragment Identify as part of the LGBT community ? Affected by cancer ? The LGBT Lounge is a space to talk to and get support from those in a similar place, and perhaps facing similar challenges to yourself. Go to The LGBT Lounge ! EndFragment
Macmillan Cancer Support`s Greater Manchester Lymphoedema Programme is looking at Lymphoedema services across Greater Manchester. As part of the programme, we would like to hear from you about experiences of Lymphoedema and the services available to you. Whether you have been affected by Lymphoedema or are at risk of Lymphoedema.
Local people in Tameside and Glossop are being reminded that they can access a variety of healthcare services over the easter and May bank holidays Getting advice from a local pharmacist is the best first step for a minor health concern. People can speak with the pharmacist in confidence, in a private area, about even the most personal symptoms, and are advised to telephone their usual pharmacy before travelling as opening hours may vary over the bank holidays. People should
Travel insurance is a popular topic of conversation among people affected by cancer. Our travel insurance group on our Online Community is a place where people can share their experiences of finding affordable coverage suited to them. You can read our most recent blog update here , or visit the travel insurance group here to take part in the discussion. More information about travelling with cancer can be found in our booklet Travel and cancer.