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In September of this year, Charlie Rees was diagnosed with Tongue Cancer. She decided to start a video diary documenting her journey and, in her own words, Charlie's videos give an incredibly personal, and often moving, insight into what life is like for someone affected by cancer.

In Episode 1, we meet Charlie as she discusses what it's like receiving a cancer diagnosis and opens up about...
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“You never imagine that you have to save for cancer.” – Cath, diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2015.

Cancer can be tough on your finances, but we’re here to help. No one should face cancer alone.

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When Fi was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer aged just 30 years old, she told her sister, Pam, that she'd always wanted to go to a Masquerade Ball. With the help of family and friends, Pam organised her sister's dream Ball to raise money for their local Macmillan services in recognition of all the support they gave Fi.

Pam even managed to surprise Fi with some special guests - X Factor...
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It's sometimes hard to talk about sex when you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer. Often, you might have questions which you find hard to ask.

Lorraine is a nurse specialist and psychosexual nurse on our Online Community who specialises in men's cancer and sex. It's simple to ask Lorraine questions about the physical and emotional side of sex if cancer has affected you in any...
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If you're affected by cancer, thinking about pensions could be useful for many reasons. Whether it's guidance on accessing money from your pension scheme or information on how your contributions might be affected, we're here to help.

For information and support, visit macmillan.org.uk/moneyworries

Make money one less worry - Information and support - Macmillan Cancer Support

When Tom's dad, Mark, was diagnosed with terminal cancer, they received essential support from Macmillan. The idea that some people face cancer without help broke their hearts and inspired Tom and his family to do something to help others.

They decided every laugh should be cherished and shared with loved ones, so they organised a Comedy Night. The night was a fantastic success and raised an...
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On Sunday 27th November, the wonderful Christian O'Connell from Absolute Radio hosted an evening of live comedy for us at the London Palladium.

We took the opportunity to ask some of Britian's best-loved comedians an all important question - is laughter the best medicine?
Stuck for present ideas? Still need to send out your Christmas cards? You're in luck - the Macmillan shop sale is now on!

Snap up a last-minute bargain and save up to 50% on our wide range of Christmas cards and gifts, all in time for the big day! Shop now at [ Macmillan.org.uk Link ]
Living with cancer can be tough on your finances, but you're not alone. From advice on benefits and accessing your pension to guidance on managing your household costs, we can help make money one less worry.

Visit macmillan.org.uk/moneyworries for more information.

Make money one less worry - Macmillan Cancer Support

No map reading required! Join Team Macmillan in 2017 for a fully-supported marathon-distance Mighty Hike for Macmillan. Choose from eight incredible events across the UK. Visit to find out more.
Could this be the best Tuesday ever? It’s Free Snowball Dough Ball Day at Pizza Express today and they’re running it in partnership with us.

To get your hands on your free box of snowball dough balls, simply pop into your local Pizza Express and say the magic words ‘Free snowball dough balls, please’. If you’d like to, you can leave a £1 suggested donation to Macmillan when you do.
‘Sometimes, the volunteer is the first person that they speak to after they’ve heard the news that they have cancer.’ – Usha, volunteer in one of our Information and Support Centres.

Be inspired this GivingTuesday and give your time to help people affected by cancer. Whether you can give five minutes, a few hours or a couple of days each month, the time you give to us will really...
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Jodie recently organised a fundraising disco in memory of her mum, Kim, who died of cancer in 2014. Jade, Jodie's sister, also got involved with the fundraising efforts and between them they've now raised a staggering £4000!

Kim was supported throughout her cancer experience by her trusted Macmillan Nurse, Fiona. Fiona says: "I met Jodie and Jade when their worlds were falling apart.They...
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Could you help Macmillan become the new ISG plc Charity of the Year?

Voting is now open for ISG's exciting new charity partnership! Winning could help provide more Macmillan nurses and other vital services in communities across the country, giving thousands more people the support they need.

That's why we need your vote. If you work for ISG, please vote for us. If you know someone who...
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“It's surprising how many people are holding so much in” - Maria, Information and Support Officer on the Macmillan Support Line.

Give us a call, we’re here to listen so you don’t have to face cancer alone. Visit, [ Macmillan.org.uk Link ]
For people going through cancer treatment, colouring can be a welcome stress-reliever. With Colour for Macmillan, your donation will get you a beautiful postcard to colour in and share.

For more information and to sign up for yours, visit [ Macmillan.org.uk Link ]
Mouth cancers are the most common type of head and neck cancer, yet one person in ten is unaware of it.

If you or a loved one are living with mouth cancer, you're not alone. You can find lots of helpful information on our website, including guidance on treatment and how Macmillan can support you. Visit [ Macmillan.org.uk Link ]

Mouth cancer - Understanding cancer - Macmillan Cancer Support

Mum's List Film is in cinemas from today. Find out more about how Macmillan supported the family whose real life story the film is based on, in this exclusive interview.

Macmillan believes nobody should face cancer alone. For more information about the issues raised in the film and advice on how to get support, visit macmillan.org.uk
Our wonderful partners Poundland are stocking these fantastically festive badges from now until Christmas.

With a £1 suggested donation, they are the perfect way to show your support for Macmillan. With all the proceeds donated to us, they will provide vital funds and help ensure nobody faces cancer alone this Christmas.
Today is Carers Rights Day. If you or someone you know is looking after a loved one with cancer, do you know your rights?

From carers' assessments and support with finances to rights at work, we can guide you through. More than half of carers looking after someone with cancer currently get no support. Make sure you're not missing out - visit macmillan.org.uk/carers

I'm supporting a loved one with cancer - Macmillan Cancer Support