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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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Tips and resources

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.


Isolation lifehacks

If you’re going through cancer and need to isolate, this activity pack is for you. Read more ›

Useful links, appsand resources

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

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Three 10-minute workouts you can do at home

Our friends at MOVE Charity are experts in exercise and cancer rehab. They’ve kindly shared these brilliant 10-minute workouts you can do at home with little or no equipment.

All you need to know about social distancing, shielding and self-isolating

Unsure about whether you need to be shielding, social distancing or self-isolating? In this guide we’ll walk you through what each term means and what steps you need to be taking to protect yourself.

Getting the right cancer information

When it comes to your cancer treatment, there’s no such thing as a silly question – particularly under the current circumstances. And you can never ask too many questions.

Living healthily during cancer

Eating, sleeping and exercising can be tough when you have cancer, but it’s really important to look after yourself as well as possible during treatment.

Drugs, alcohol and cancer treatment

It’s important to be straight with your doctors and nurses if you smoke, drink alcohol or take drugs.

End of life care and bereavement: how our nurses support young people and their families

When cancer treatment doesn’t work, it’s natural that young people and their families will have a lot of questions about the future. Talking about dying and end of life care can be very hard. We spoke to one of our nurses, Marion, about how she supports people through the toughest times.

Nutrition and cancer: eating a healthy and balanced diet

Monika Siemicka is a specialist dietitian who’s worked with teenagers and young adults with cancer for the past eight years. She kindly gave up her time to share her expert advice on nutrition for young people with cancer and her top tips to help you eat a healthy, varied diet.

Sex and cancer treatment

Here’s what you need to know about sex and cancer treatment, and the changes you might experience physically or emotionally.

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.