When you need to know about cancer, there may be a lot of things on your mind. Hopefully you’ll find some of the answers you’re looking for here. But don’t forget, your GP will also have time to talk to you and there are many support organisations that can help.
Often, a cancer diagnosis leads straight into conversations about treatment. Here, we’ll explain a bit more about the condition itself.
The earlier you get a cancer diagnosis, the faster you can get treatment. Here you’ll find information about symptoms and getting a diagnosis.
Chemo or chemotherapy, radiotherapy, targeted drugs. What are they? What do they involve?
Research shows that more than 40% of cancer can be linked to lifestyle choices. Read more about little changes that could make a big difference.
A diagnosis of cancer can be very worrying. But there’s help out there to give you practical support in every aspect of your life.
It’s hard to know what to say if someone you know gets diagnosed with cancer. This is the first part of our guide to helping others after a diagnosis.
It’s also hard to know what you can do to help if someone you know gets diagnosed with cancer. This is the second part of our guide to helping others after a diagnosis.