Finding out that you or someone close to you has cancer can be a difficult and confusing time.
The Northern Trust provides care and support for people affected by cancer – whether you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, or you’re a family member, carer or friend.
This section of our website provides information about the different services you may be in contact with throughout your cancer journey, from referral through to treatment, life after treatment, and support available for you and your carers.
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Check out our New Macmillan podcast
Listen to a selection of local stories from patients talking about their cancer journey, sharing anecdotes from diagnosis and treatment, to telling family and loved ones.
Amy Wilson, Macmillan Information & Support Manager hosts our cancer stories podcast, interviewing people who have had a cancer experience. The cancer stories podcast series aims to bring you local stories from local people in the Northern Trust, sharing anecdotes from diagnosis and treatment, to telling family and loved ones.
Provided by the Northern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland, generously supported by funding from NHS Charities Together (https://nhscharitiestogether.co.uk/).
Feedback and suggestions would be very welcome via our short online survey, https://bit.ly/3820KRQ
In this episode Amy interviews Joanne who is in remission from Breast Cancer. Joanne talks about her diagnosis and treatment, and what it was like telling her children her cancer diagnosis.
A brief online survey to give feedback and future suggestions is here: https://bit.ly/3820KRQ