Back to educationafter cancer
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Going back to school, college or uni after cancer treatment can be nerve-racking. We have info from a disability support officer about your rights, how to prepare, what support you can get and who to talk to.
Back to work aftercancer
Returning to your job or looking for a new one can be a challenge after cancer. Find out about your rights, how to talk to your employer, and how to look for work.More about this ›
What happens whencancer treatmentends?
When your cancer treatment ends, life can look different. It can feel hard to get back to normal, or even work out what that means for you now. Read more about finding a new routine and planning for your next steps when cancer treatment ends.Find out more ›
Late side effectsfrom cancertreatment
There’s a chance you could still get side effects a long time after your treatment has finished. This doesn’t happen to everyone and it doesn’t mean your cancer is back. Read more about the different types of later side effects and what support is available to you.Find out more ›
I’m worried mycancer will comeback
Worrying that cancer will come back is very common, especially after treatment ends. If you’re in remission, you might have lots of questions about the risk of having to go through it again. Find out more about the risks of cancer coming back, and who to talk to if you’re worried.Find out more ›
If cancer comesback aftertreatment
Sometimes, even if it’s been a long time since you had treatment, cancer can come back – either where you had it before or somewhere else. Read more about why cancer can come back and how you might be feeling if it does.Find out more ›
Relationships can be difficult to manage at the best of times, but they can change during and after a cancer diagnosis. Read more about how to navigate relationships with family, friends or your partner after cancer treatment.Find out more ›
Cancer is treated in a lot of different ways – and getting your head around the options can feel overwhelming. So this section is here to guide you through what’s available and what to expect.
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