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Find out more about the different types of cancer that are more common in young people, including symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Find out more ›


Find out about what causes cancer and how it’s diagnosed in young people. Find out more ›


Getting back to ‘normal’ after cancer treatment ends isn’t always straightforward. Your plans and relationships might look quite different, and going back to work or education after cancer can be nerve-racking. Find out more about what life after cancer might look like. Find out more ›


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Check out our useful resources, including opinions and advice from experts covering a range of topics, from mental health to nutrition and exercise. You'll also be able to read about the experiences of young people and families affected by cancer.


This week’sisolation lifehacks

Each week we’ll provide a new set of tips and resources to help you get through Monday to Friday. Read more ›

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Resources to help with mental health, nutrition, exercise, staying creative and keeping busy and entertained. Read more ›

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What happens if your cancer treatment stops working

Finding out your treatment won’t work, and that the hospital team won’t be able to get you better, can be a shock. There’s no right or wrong way to react. Here we’ll go through some of the emotions that young people have told us you might feel, decisions you might want to make and the care you might have.

Bullet journal ideas

If you’ve never tried bullet journaling before, now might be a great time to start! Read on for bullet journal ideas, tips and templates to help you get started.

How to sleep better

Sleep is so important, but cancer can make it really difficult to get enough rest. Professor Jason Ellis explains what the sleep cycle is and how understanding it can help manage your fatigue, and shares tips on clearing your mind before bed, and how to sleep better.

Mental wellbeing, anxiety and isolation: young people’s top tips

Looking after our mental wellbeing is so important right now, and there are lots of small things you can do to help.

Useful links, apps and resources

Here’s a wide selection of resources to help you with things like mental health, nutrition, exercise, staying creative and keeping busy and entertained – especially during these difficult times when you might be self-isolating or shielding.