Resource: charity support lines for patients living with cancer

Thursday 8th April 2020

GatewayC have produced a list of cancer charity support lines; for patients who may be worried about their cancer diagnosis or concerned how coronavirus may affect their cancer treatment.

Please download this PDF resource or find the list of support lines below:

  • Blood Cancer UK | 0808 2080 888
  • The Brain Tumour Charity | 0808 800 0004
  • Brains Trust | 01983 292 405
  • Breast Cancer Now | 0808 800 6000
  • Cancer Research UK | 0808 800 4040
  • Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust | 0808 802 8000
  • Leukaemia Care | 08088 010 444
  • Lymphoma Action | 0808 808 5555
  • Macmillan | 0808 808 0000
  • Maggie’s | 0300 123 1801
  • Myeloma UK | 0800 980 3332
  • Ovarian Cancer Action | 020 7380 1730
  • Pancreatic Cancer UK | 0808 801 0707
  • Prostate Cancer UK | 0800 074 8383
  • Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation | 0333 323 7200
  • Sarcoma UK | 0808 801 0401
  • Target Ovarian Cancer | 020 7923 5475

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