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Action Cancer (Belfast NI): A support group for people suffering from the effects of cancer, based in Northern Island Tel: 0208 9080 3344
Antony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust: The UK’s largest and most successful stem cell register. We use it to save lives by matching donors to people who desperately need a lifesaving stem cell transplant
Bowel Cancer UK: Bowel Cancer UK aims to save lives by raising awareness of bowel cancer, campaigning for best treatment and care and providing practical support and advice.
Brain Tumour UK: Provides support and scientific research to improve the lives of brain tumour patients.
Bradford Cancer Support: Providing practical, social and emotional help and support throughout the Bradford and Airedale District.
Breakthrough Breast Cancer: Through research, campaigning and education, removing the fear of breast cancer.
BT Buddies: A useful website with information and help for high grade brain tumour patients in the UK
Bustin' Your Balls: Making testicular cancer a less confusing subject.
Cancer Counselling Trust: Offers support to patients and those close to them who are facing the impact of a cancer diagnosis at any stage of the disease. Tel: 0207 704 1137
Cancer Research UK: Cancer Research UK is the world's leading cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research. Our groundbreaking work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer has seen survival rates double in the last 40 years. But more than one in three of us will still get cancer at some point in our lives. Our research, entirely funded by the public, is critical to ensuring more people beat it
Carers Direct: A national information, advice and support service for carers in England. Available online as a free, confidential helpline seven days a week on 0808 802 0202, it provides accurate, relevant information for carers and those who support them.
CLIC Sargent: Provide information about childhood cancer diagnosis, conditions and treatment, CLIC Sargent also care for young people and children with cancer, and their families, in hospital and in the community.
Coppafeel: The ultimate goal of CoppaFeel is to reduce the incidence of late detection or misdiagnosed breast cancer.
Everyman: Everyman's mission is to save men's lives by raising funds to support research into prostate and testicular cancer and promoting greater awareness of these diseases.
GIST Support UK: Providing information and support for GIST patients and their carers, so they can share experiences, and hear about the latest developments in the treatment of GIST from leading professionals.
Irish Cancer Society: Play a vital role in achieving world-class cancer services in Ireland, to ensure fewer people get cancer and those that do have better outcomes. Our goals are focused around prevention, early detection and fighting cancer in three main areas: advocacy, cancer services and research.
J Ashcroft hats and headscarves: Hats, headscarves, bandanas and beanies designed and made in the UK. A wide selection for women, men and teens.
Jimmyteens tv: Sharing experiences creatively.
Julie Morris: Provides stylish wigs for young people: home visits; private appts; local support group.
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research: Their research is focussed on finding causes, improving diagnosis and treatments for all blood cancers Tel: 0207 405 0101
Look Good-Feel Better: Helps women manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment. 01372 470900
Macmillan cancer support: Improves the lives of people affected by cancer. They provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. They also provide support via a freephone support line, Monday-Friday 9am-8pm.
Maggies Centres: Providing access to psychological and emotional support, benefits advice and other services, for anybody who feels the need for help, including those who love and look after someone with cancer.
Make a Wish: Make-A-Wish Foundation UK grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening illnesses. Since being established in the UK in 1986, they have granted over 6,000 wishes
Mesothelioma: We provide support and counselling for those people experiencing mesothelioma symptoms.
Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance: The web's leading resource on asbestos cancer featuring comprehensive information on types, causes, and treatment options for this disease.
NHS Direct: NHS Direct aims to make a difference to the lives of people in England, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The service offers expert health advice, information and reassurance
Ovacome: A UK-wide support network providing information and support for everyone affected by ovarian cancer
Pancreatic Cancer UK: Fund research into pancreatic cancer, particularly to improve early diagnosis and treatment, and are committed to providing information, support and raising awareness of pancreatic cancer by providing a powerful campaigning voice for everyone who has been affected by the disease
Teenage Cancer Trust: Devoted to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer by providing purpose built NHS units.
Teen Info on Cancer (TIC): Get honest cancer information written specifically for you, advice and support on how to cope with cancer, and join a community of young people.
Tenovus: Based in Wales, giving support, advice and treatment for cancer patients, information on cancer prevention and funding for research to improve the outcomes for people with cancer.
The Eve Appeal: The survival rates for women diagnosed with gynaecological cancers are grim. The Eve Appeal is determined to change this by funding vital research focused on developing effective methods of prediction, detection, treatment and care that will help save women's lives not only in the UK but throughout the world.
The Joshua Tree: aims to provide short breaks and support in Cheshire, to families of children who`ve battled Cancer or other immune-supressing illnesses!
Realshare: is the new social network for young people with cancer, aged 16-25, who live in the South West and registration is being taken for the rest of the UK
Sarcoma UK: Sarcoma UK is the main charity in the UK dealing with all types of sarcomas. In March 2011, two organisations working in the sarcoma field - The Sarcoma Trust and Sarcoma UK - officially joined together to become a new sarcoma charity, retaining the name Sarcoma UK. Sarcoma UK’s aim is to achieve the best possible standard of treatment and care for patients with sarcoma. It does this through: Funding scientific and medical research into causes and treatments; Delivering a range of support and information services covering all aspects of sarcoma; Raising awareness of sarcoma amongst the public, healthcare professionals and policy makers. Call 020 7250 8271
Siblinks: Are you aged 13 – 25? Are you a sibling or child of a person with cancer? Do you think you're alone? Think again – there are many siblings and children in your position. Siblinks was setup to help
Wessex Cancer Trust: Offers councelling, complimentary therapy and grants to cancer sufferers, friends and family.
Willow Foundation: The Willow Foundation is a charity that provides special days for 16- to 40-year-olds.
Youth Cancer Trust: Provides free activity holidays at Tracy Ann House in Bournemouth for teenagers and young adults (aged 14 to 30)with cancer from anywhere in the UK and Ireland. Guests can bring a sibling or friend with them for free.