Today we want to take the time to say a huge thank you to Argos colleagues and customers who've come together to raise an incredible £2 million for Macmillan over the past two years!

Since voting to support us as their charity partner, Argos staff have thrown themselves head first into fundraising and volunteering. With the number of people living with cancer rising, this fantastic amount...
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Today we want to take the time to say a huge thank
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It’s only a few months until World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in September and we can’t wait to get baking and improve on those soggy bottomed cupcakes we ended up with last year!

It’s always great to see so many of you up and down the country hosting Coffee Mornings to support people affected by cancer, so we’d love to know why you’re getting involved.

Are you or someone you love living with...
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James found radiotherapy hard, but getting back on his bike was a big milestone on the road to recovery. Share a moment when #LifeWithCancer is still life. Whether you’re riding a motorbike, going to the park, or just enjoying a nice cuppa with friends, reply to this post with your image or video.

“I was diagnosed at Easter 2014. Radiotherapy was hard – I gradually lost my voice until I...
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Sending all our support to Anna Tilbrook as she makes her way through 24 hours of sponsored piano playing today!

She kicked off at 10am this morning and won’t be stopping until the same time tomorrow.

Anna, you’re amazing. Thank you so much for supporting us, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without wonderful people like you!

If you want to find out more about Anna and her story,...
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Sending all our support to Anna Tilbrook as she makes her way
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Fiona Windsor
Unsure about how to talk to your employer about cancer?

It can be difficult to know what to say, but it can be the first step towards getting the support you need at work.

We can help you find the words. Download our step-by-step guide and find other resources to help.
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Want to ask about cancer? Pete will be taking over our Twitter to talk about his experience with testicular cancer and answer your questions on Thursday 22nd June from 10am. Make sure to head to twitter.com/macmillancancer on Thursday!

Pete works for Travis Perkins and is supporting our campaign with the building and construction sector to help men talk about cancer and the support...
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Want to ask about cancer Pete will be taking over our Twitter
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Matt Gilvarry
Wayne Owen
It's nearly here! Tomorrow, golfers up and down the country will be taking on the Longest Day Golf Challenge, racing to complete 72 holes between sunrise and sunset.

This is truly a challenge for golfing heroes. It'll take all your skill and determination to take on the 72 holes, 300 shots, and 20 miles of walking, but we believe in you!

We hope you'll join us in wishing everyone taking on...
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Angela Carter
Einor Oipila
When Paul was diagnosed with bowel cancer, he was told treatment was likely to leave him infertile but today he is celebrating Father's Day as a Dad for the first time.

Paul works for Travis Perkins and is supporting our campaign with the building and construction sector to help men talk about cancer and the support available. For more information about our campaign, visit...
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When Paul was diagnosed with bowel cancer he was told treatment was
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Moira Emerson
Pauline Neale
A Dad with cancer is still a Dad. This Father's Day, share a moment when #LifeWithCancer is still life. Whether you’re out with the kids or having breakfast in bed, reply to this post with your image or video.

“During treatment the most important things were resting, sleeping, and being around the people I love. Family became even more important – spending time with my daughter, my wife, mum,...
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A Dad with cancer is still a Dad This Fathers Day share
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Sharman Brown
When Antoine was going through cancer, he felt it was changing who he was, making him weaker and more vulnerable. With Macmillan's support, he was able to reclaim his identity.

Antoine works for Benchmarx Kitchens and Joinery and is supporting our campaign with the building and construction sector to get men talking about cancer and the support available to them. Find out more at...
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The race they have all been building up to has finally arrived - today is the Best Western Hotels & Macmillan Ride of Their Lives!

There have been ups and downs, with injuries plaguing some of our riders, but spirits have been strong. Now, the nerves are kicking in for our ten remaining riders.

We hope you'll join us in saying a huge thank you to all of our riders, who have raised a...
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The race they have all been building up to has finally arrived
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Marion Andrews
Amy cares for her father who has cancer. She says, 'I do everything - pay bills, cook, clean, put my dad to bed, help him get around and give him morphine for the pain.'

When you're supporting someone with cancer, your finances can often feel the strain. Whether it's helping with their bills and household costs or even reducing your own working hours to be there for them - it all adds up....
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Amy cares for her father who has cancer She says I do

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With so much conflicting information online, it can be hard to know what's to do when you have medical questions. Our team of medical experts on the Online Community are there to help answer your questions about cancer. Just go to macmillan.org.uk/askanexpert to ask your question.
With so much conflicting information online it can be hard to know
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Amy is a young carer living with her mum, younger sister, and dad, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2016. Amy says she and her dad have always been close but, with her caring for him, their relationship 'has become so much stronger because we spend every day together.'

To mark Carers' Week, and to raise awareness of what she calls a '24-hour job [where] the pressure on us is very...
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Amy is a young carer living with her mum younger sister and

Carers' Week 2017: 5 minutes with Amy

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Cancer couldn't stop Rachael from having fun with her little boy on a hot day. Get involved and share your moment when #LifeWithCancer is still life. Whether you're playing with your kids, going to the park, or just enjoying a nice cuppa with friends, reply to this post with your image or video.
Cancer couldnt stop Rachael from having fun with her little boy on
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Morag Lippe
Steph Richards
This week is Diabetes Week. Before being diagnosed with womb cancer, Clare found out she had type 2 diabetes. Clare says, 'I focused on treating the cancer first, as I didn't really think the diabetes was that serious. It became harder to manage my diabetes when cancer treatment started.'

As Clare found, diabetes can sometimes complicate cancer treatment. We've written new information about...
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This week is Diabetes Week Before being diagnosed with womb cancer Clare
Today is the first day of Carers Week.

In the UK, nearly 1.5 million people support a loved one with cancer, but half don’t get any support. We’re supporting Carers Week to raise awareness, offer support and to recognise the contribution made by family members and friends who care for millions of people throughout the UK.

Visit macmillan.org.uk/carers to find out more about caring for...
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Sharon Maris
Karen Maloney
Today we're launching a new campaign to help men from the building and construction industry and beyond to be more aware of cancer and the support available to them.

This campaign is in coalition with our partners, Benchmarx Kitchens & Joinery, ISG plc, Selco Builders Warehouse, Topps Tiles, Travis Perkins, and Wolseley UK.

Over the next two weeks they'll be encouraging their employees to...
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Today were launching a new campaign to help men from the building
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We wanted to say a huge thank you to Grace, who's holding her second Macmillan Tea Party today!

We first heard about Grace's brilliant baking when her mum, Dymphna, shared some photos with us of Grace's first tea party last year. Despite being just seven years old, Grace baked all the cakes herself (with a little oven help... ) and raised an amazing £417!

We hope you'll join us in wishing...
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We wanted to say a huge thank you to Grace whos holding
Dymphna Smith
Jane Tattersall
Karen Williams
Bei worried about maintaining her fitness through chemo, but managed to keep up yoga and aerobics – then took up weightlifting as well. Share a moment when #LifeWithCancer is still life. Whether you’re in the gym, going to the park, or just enjoying a nice cuppa with friends, reply to this post with your image or video.
“I was diagnosed with colon cancer in December 2014. While I was going...
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Trisha Waghorn
Liz May