Coronavirus andCancer

Find information for young people and families about coronavirus and cancer, including the latest coronavirus guidelines. Read our information ›

Information

Information and resources for young people and families affected by cancer. Read our information ›

Our friendship andcancer campaign

3 in 4 young people with cancer said their friendships were affected by cancer. Find out more ›

Worried aboutcancer?

The five most common signs of cancer in young people are pain, a lump, bump or swelling, significant weight change, extreme tiredness and changes in a mole. Find out more ›

How we can help

Whatever you’re going through right now, you're not alone. Support is always available, whether you have cancer, you’re worried about cancer or someone you know has been given a cancer diagnosis. Get help ›

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