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A person doesn't just get cancer,
a family does

A person doesn't just get cancer, a family does

Thanks to people like you we’re making progress every day in preventing cancer, improving diagnosis and making treatments kinder and more effective.

Yet today cancer remains a prevalent and dangerous disease. A diagnosis can be overwhelming for patients and their loved ones who want nothing more than to offer their support.

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, or someone you know has, you have a unique insight that could help others. We’re asking for your input by answering five questions that will help form a useful guide for people looking to support someone with cancer in a meaningful way.