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 If you or anyone you know have been affected by cancer The Macmillan Support Line can help with clinical, practical and financial related information. Macmillan will aim to  reply within two working days. Macmillan finds that they help people more by speaking to them on the phone. If you would like to speak to someone, call Macmillan on 0808 808 00 00 (9am-8pm, Monday to Friday).



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What   This Macmillan intergrated Cancer Care Team (MICCT) is a cancer rehabilitation team who support anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer in Guildford and Waverley. The team is made up of health care professionals such as a Cancer Nurse Specialist, Occupational Therapist, Dietitian and Support worker. MICCT provides a number of services and courses aimed to help support those affected by cancer. For more information please email or call the service.

What   The Good Grief Trust is an online directory for those who have lost someone they love. The Trust want to help you find the support you need as quickly as possible. If you are newly bereaved, you can find practical help and tips from the website which may help you now. Click here for their UK map to find your nearest support organisation.

What   Macmillan run a confidential, volunteer-led Information and Support Service. They provide practical advice and signposting to other agencies to supply you with services you require.  Macmillan can provide emotional support to anyone who has been affected by cancer, offer support groups, self-help workshops, counselling, welfare and benefits advice and telephone support. The centre has a huge range of information booklets that are free of charge.

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What  National charity offering information and advice about prostate cancer.  Services include online resources, one to one peer support, a specialist nurse helpline, an online community forum and signposting to local support groups and events.

Where  Nationwide

Who   People living with prostate cancer, friends, family and carers

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What   Stop Smoking London exists to help Londoners to quit smoking. Stop Smoking London give benefits of not smoking and reasons to stop smoking. For more information please visit the website or contact the service.

Where  This is a national helpline. 

Who   Any who wants to quit smoking or interested to know the  benefits of not smoking. 


What  Orchid exists to save men's lives from testicular, prostate and penile cancers through pioneering research and promoting awareness. The charity offers a comprehensive information service staffed by specialist Male Cancer Information Nurse Specialists, a freephone National Male Cancer Helpline.  

Where This is an online resource with a Freephone helpline 0808 802 0010

What  Marie Curie is a national charity that support people with terminal illnesses and offer emotional and practical advice to family and carers what ever your sitiuation. Services offered include benefits and financial advice, care at home by a Marie Curie Nurse, access to 9 Hospices around the country. The Charity support people who are caring for a terminally ill person and have also give gathered a range of resources to help you cope emotionally as well as handle the practical side of losing someone close to you.

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What Roy Castle Foundation provide information and support to lung cancer patients, bereavement support and advice, support groups, information days and support to quit smoking.  Please call the helpline on 0800 358 7200 if you have any questions about lung cancer.

Where  To find your local support group or information day please call or visit the website.

Who Support services are available to anyone who has lung cancer and anybody who requires information about lung cancer.

What   The service provides convinience for disabled, special needs and older people when commuting in public transport.


Where  The service is provided nationwide.


Who  For elderly, older people, disabled and special needs who require assistance travelling with public transports.