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      Cancer centre

      Talking about cancer can be hard for the cancer patient and for everyone around them.

      Our #LetsSpeakCancer campaign addresses the discomfort we often feel in talking about cancer. Read and download our Let’s Speak Cancer Guide for some practical tips to help you tackle the tricky conversations – whether it’s with your family, friends or your boss.

      Are you a manager of an employee with cancer? Don't miss our special Let's Speak Cancer - Manager's Guide

      Our team of dedicated cancer nurses is available to members for one-to-one help and support. Check out our live chats below for some of your FAQs about chemotherapy, prostate cancer and bowel cancer.

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