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Coping with Cancer

When you receive a cancer diagnosis, your healthcare team will provide comprehensive information relating to all things cancer, including the type, stage, treatment options, resources, support and so on. The information provided will be based on valuable and professional to help you understand your situation.

Despite the vast amount of information available, you will inevitably have your own questions, such as how you will cope with chemotherapy treatment, nausea and hair loss. We have created this Coping With Cancer section to bring you hints, tips and advice from people who have experienced cancer, either as a patient or a health professional.

The information within our website is unique. We have identified the need for patients to access a resource that provides useful advice covering a range of topics and scenarios that may be experienced when dealing with cancer. Individuals with personal understanding, experience or professional knowledge have contributed with useful hints and tips.

If you have valuable advice or anecdotes that you would like to share with our community that would help others facing a similar situation, please e-mail the information to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will add your thoughts to a relevant section on this site. If you would like more information about a specific topic, please contact us and we will do all we can to help.

"Having cancer can feel isolating. Even talking directly to someone else with cancer can make you feel this way, as it’s difficult to relate to someone facing their own cancer gremlins and who are experiencing different things! Chat rooms have their place but it’s all about cancer! There needs to be somewhere people with cancer can find different ways to approach coping; a selection of suggestions as how to make a grotty situation a little better; different techniques to try. It’s good to get information about your cancer type and treatments etc. but what about how “to be”? - Megan Fletcher

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