Other sources of information

There is so much information available on the internet. But which websites can you trust to give you the up-to-date information you need, when you need it?

NHS Choices

NHS Choices websiteFind everything you need to know about Cancer including causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, with links to other useful resources.

Be Clear on Cancer

Be Clear on Cancer websiteThe Be Clear on Cancer campaign makes people aware of the signs of cancer.

Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK websiteCancer Research UK aim to provide reliable, easy to understand patient information.

Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan websiteInformation by Macmillan about all types of cancer as well as advice to help with the different ways cancer may impact your life.

The Hummingbird Centre

Hummingbird Centre websiteThe Hummingbird Centre, Bicester are offering counselling and face time/zoom sessions etc for patients that need help.

Healthy Minds

Healthy Minds websiteHealthy Minds is a NHS service offering quick and easy access to talking therapies, practical support and employment advice. Anyone who is feeling depressed, anxious or stressed, is aged 18 or over and has a GP in Buckinghamshire can request help from Healthy Minds.

Citizens Advice

Citizen Advice websiteA service with knowledge and information for many concerns and problems.

Family Action

Family Action websiteThe FamilyLine service supports people who are dealing with family pressures in a new and innovative way by using a network of volunteers from across the country to support family members over the age of 18 through telephone calls, email, web chat and text message.


Mind websiteFor mental health support.

Veterans Cancer Support

Veterans Cancer Support websiteLooking for Veterans who have had cancer and are willing to support other veterans newly diagnosed. Can you help please?