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Rolling out our updated brand

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Working in health care, you’ll know the impact a cancer diagnosis can have.

our brand

our brand

Source: Macmillan

People can be anxious, afraid and often don’t know where to turn. With the increasing number of people living with cancer, it’s more important than ever that Macmillan is there to help people live life as fully as they can.

Over the next few months, we’re making some changes to help make sure more people with cancer feel we’re relevant to them and understand the support we offer. 

You may have already noticed some changes to the way we look, as we update our logo and refresh our website and be.Macmillan. We’ll also be updating our campaigns, merchandise, information booklets, cancer environments and training material on Learn Zone.

But our brand is more than our logo – it’s our reputation; who we are, what people expect from us and, the experiences they have of Macmillan. We want everyone to know that we are there from diagnosis and beyond - to guide them through treatment and provide help and support on different aspects of life including health, money, work and family.

There will be a gradual transition to our updated brand throughout 2018 and into 2019, when we’ll be launching a new advertising campaign. Look out for more information in the coming months. 

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