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Do your patients need to talk to their employer about cancer?

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If your patients have questions about work and cancer they can call our dedicated Work Support Service on 0808 808 0000, Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm.

Gentian, diagnosed with rectal cancer

Do your patients need to talk to their employer about cancer?

Source: Macmillan

Gentian, diagnosed with rectal cancer

You can download our step-by-step guide to help your patients find the words to talk to their employer.

Talking to your patients about the impact cancer may have on their work can help them have informed conversations with their employer about their needs.

For support with other cancer-related issues, such as financial, diagnosis and emotional support, you can also contact the Macmillan Support Line using the same number, open 7 days a week, 8am-8pm.

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