Find out more about services and advice available to you as a young person impacted by cancer…
Information and advice for those affected by cancer.
Research and information about childhood cancer
Cancer care & services and for young people aged 13-24
CLIC Sargent provides vital emotional, practical and financial support to young cancer patients and families during and after treatment
Fund research to beat cancer sooner and provide cancer information to the public.
Youth Cancer Trust provides support and free activity holidays for young people (aged 14 to 30) diagnosed and living with cancer or any malignant disease, from anywhere in the UK
Provides social, practical and emotional support to brothers, sisters and children of people with cancer.
A charity which runs activity courses for anyone over 18 who have been treated for cancer. The courses include a programme of outdoor challenges with physical, creative or artistic activities.
Cancer Buddies Network is an online charity based support group designed to put you in touch with your cancer buddy so you can share the ups and downs, laughter and tears with someone who knows how it feels.
A US site with facts around cancer, healthy living advice and support from others affected.
Insurancewith was founded in 2007, when insurance professional Fiona Macrae was unable to find travel insurance at a reasonable price which also covered her cancer diagnosis. She founded Insurancewith with the aim of providing everyone with a medical condition with a fair and affordable travel insurance policy to cover their upcoming holidays. Telephone: 02038 293875. Email: email@example.com
We provide one-to-one coaching and advice for you and can support your partner too. If you are employed, self-employed or a carer who is combining work with caring for someone with cancer and would like to know more then you can contact Working With Cancer for support.
A charity website for people with cancer and their families to access a variety of gifts generously donated by people and companies.Find anything from restaurant meals, hotel stays, beauty treatments, tickets for events and attractions…
Exercising during cancer treatment
Fighting Cancer Fatigue
Physical Activity and the Cancer Patient – American Cancer Network
Are there exercise guidelines for cancer patients? – Cancer Research UK
Benefits of being active – Macmillan