Coping with cancer
Dealing with the cancer itself is only one aspect of coping. Financial concerns, relationships with family and friends and work worries can pile on the stress when you least need it.
You can find information in these pages on the wider effects of cancer and how you can best deal with them.
Information and advice on talking about cancer with loved ones and coping with your feelings, tips on treatment and side-effects, and dealing with practical issues like work, money, travel and more.
Resources to help carers and loved ones of cancer patients to cope with a cancer diagnosis in their lives, including emotional support, financial advice, and dealing with palliative and end of life care.
Information and advice for people after cancer treatment has finished, including dealing with emotions, side-effects, practical issues like money, work and insurance, tips on staying healthy and reducing risk of recurrence.
Want to talk to someone who's been there?
Through our Survivor Support programme we can match you with a volunteer who has gone through a similar experience.
Coping with side-effects of cancer treatment
Read tips on managing symptoms and side-effects during and after cancer treatment.
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