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Information booklets for people with cancer

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We’ve recently revised some of our information booklets for people with cancer.

They’re free to order at by searching for the booklet title, or you can browse the full range of information to support people at any point of their cancer journey.

Recipes for people affected by cancer, 5th edition


From quick starters and snacks to mouth-watering mains and delicious desserts, our redesigned recipes book has loads of meal ideas that are suitable for people living with and after cancer treatment.

Coping with hair loss, 8th edition

Coping with hair loss

A practical guide for people whose hair has been affected by cancer treatment for instance by becoming thinner or falling out. The guide offers advice on how to cope emotionally, as well as practical tips on wigs, headscarves, hats and turbans.

Planning your care and support, 3rd edition

Planning your care

This leaflet covers what a Holistic Needs Assessment is, what issues a person with cancer may wish to discuss, what their care plan will include and who it will be shared with.


New videos

Teens and young adults
We’ve added a playlist of videos to the new section of our website for teens and young adults with cancer. Matt, Shelbee, Olivia and Lillie talk about their experiences of being diagnosed, treated, and living with

Sex and cancer
Susie explains how she rebuilt her confidence after breast cancer treatment to enjoy a fulfilling sexual relationship again. You can find her video here.

Brian talks about the impact of prostate cancer and impotence on his sex life in this new video.

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