Cancer Information

Macmillan’s Cancer Information Development team produces information in a range of formats. This includes web pages, booklets, leaflets, fact sheets and audio CDs. This board shows some of the infographics we are introducing into our resources, to make the information more accessible and visually appealing. To read our cancer information online visit www.macmillan.org.uk/cancerinformation or order hard copies from be.macmillan.org.uk
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More than a million people are carers in the UK. Are you one of them?

More than a million people are carers in the UK.

Do you see yourself as a carer? Offering support to loved ones can often seem like second nature, but make sure you know your rights.

Do you see yourself as a carer? Offering support to loved ones can often seem like second nature, but make sure you know your rights.

Download Macmillan Atlas of Variation in Cancer Patient Experience

Download Macmillan Atlas of Variation in Cancer Patient Experience

My Organiser is a new mobile app that can help you record everything from appointment times and contact details to reminders for when to take your medication. Find out more at www.macmillan.org.uk/HowWeCanHelp/MyOrganiser.aspx

My Organiser is a new mobile app that can help you record everything from appointment times and contact details to reminders for when to take your medication. Find out more at www.macmillan.org.uk/HowWeCanHelp/MyOrganiser.aspx

Questions about cancer? For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm).

Call the Macmillan Support Line: Offering Financial support for Cancer Patients

Shopping, cooking and cleaning are just some of the ways carers provide support to their loved ones.

Shopping, cooking and cleaning are just some of the ways carers provide support to their loved ones.

Splitting your time between being a carer and working can be challenging. There are ways your employer can help...

Splitting your time between being a carer and working can be challenging. There are ways your employer can help.

20% of people aren't aware they have rights in the workplace when it comes to being a carer.

of people aren't aware they have rights in the workplace when it comes to being a carer.

New front covers for our booklets coming soon - featuring a mix of silhouettes, pictures and case studies. Go to www.be.macmillan.org.uk to order from our range of cancer information. Send your feedback on the new covers to cancerinformationteam@macmillan.org.uk

New front covers for our booklets coming soon - featuring a mix of silhouettes, pictures and case studies. Go to www.be.macmillan.org.uk to order from our range of cancer information. Send your feedback on the new covers to cancerinformationteam@macmillan.org.uk

Share this link with anyone you feel would benefit from knowing their rights at work whilst being a carer: http://whocares.macmillan.org.uk/

Share this link with anyone you feel would benefit from knowing their rights at work whilst being a carer: http://whocares.macmillan.org.uk/

Whether you're being treated for cancer, or recovering, Walking for Health has a walk for you.  http://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/

Whether you're being treated for cancer, or recovering, Walking for Health has a walk for you. http://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/

Map of Clinical Commissioning Groups on the NHS England website.

Map of Clinical Commissioning Groups on the NHS England website.

Being a full time carer as well as having a full time job can feel impossible. Did you know that you can write to your employer to request flexi-time? Find out if you could be entitled.

Being a full time carer as well as having a full time job can feel impossible. Did you know that you can write to your employer to request flexi-time? Find out if you could be entitled.

Fitting in caring for a loved one alongside your normal work commitments can put a strain on your health. You're not alone! 47% of carers say they experience some form of stress-related health issues.

Fitting in caring for a loved one alongside your normal work commitments can put a strain on your health. of carers say they experience some form of stress-related health issues.

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