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Macmillan CEO Lynda Thomas on why not worrying about every detail helps when balancing career and motherhood.
Macmillan CEO Lynda Thomas on why not worrying about every detail helps when balancing career and motherhood
We know the festive period can be a difficult time for both cancer patients and their families. But Christmas with cancer
You might be feeling apprehensive about a whole month without alcohol and wondering if you have the willpower to last a full 31 days. Research shows that yes, you do - as long as you believe you do.
I don't know if Macmillan considered the thoughts and feelings of children and adults with cancer when they launched this campaign. I would love to hear. I don't know if any of us can contemplate how it must feel to lose your hair unless you've been through it yourself. What I do know is that we should respect it. I can't think of any other side effect which would be used such a crass and insensitive way.
Money. The thing that makes the world go round. The thing we throw ourselves into cars and trains to earn. Hard to get on
They are sharing the message that women’s bodies should be celebrated.
The Warwick University women rowers are back with their annual naked charity calendar and it is amazing.  Not only have the
My role as a senior nurse on Macmillan's Support Line is to provide information and support to anyone who calls us with worries about cancer. So read on for my top facts about breast cancer in men, the symptoms to look out for and what to do if you think you might be affected.
My wife's expecting our first daughter in August this year, and I can't wait. I'm so excited about being a dad. But rewind just a few short years, and I could never have imagined this would be happening to me. Because my cancer surgeon had just uttered the words "the treatment will almost certainly leave you infertile".