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Support for patients with questions about working with cancer

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Joanne (pictured) was diagnosed with mucinous breast cancer in 2017.

work and cancer

work and cancer

Source: Macmillan

She visited her local Macmillan service in Northern Ireland to talk through her work and cancer questions at a Work Support Conversation with an Information & Support Manager.

“I found the service really useful, as it let me talk to someone outside my usual contacts about work. I definitely would recommend it – so much of our identity and sense of worth comes from our jobs.”

The Work Support Conversation service is only available in Northern Ireland, however across the UK your patients can still receive additional support for work and cancer at their local Macmillan Information and Support Service and online at macmillan.org.uk/rightsatwork.

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