Parenting Macmillan Cancer Support Macmillan are here to help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can, providing physical, financial and emotional support. So whatever cancer throws your way, we’re right there with you. Mummy's Star Mummy's Star the only charity in the UK and Ireland with the aim of 'supporting pregnancy through cancer and beyond'. Supporting women and their families affected by cancer during pregnancy or within the first 12 months after giving birth through advice, support and guidance. Fruit Fly Collective Fruit Fly Collective is a group of scientists and artists who work together to help children, adults and families understand challenging scientific and health-related ideas, including families who are affected by cancer by increasing both the child's and their carer's understanding of the disease. Cancer Research UK Is the UK’s pioneering work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer has helped save millions of lives. They support research into all aspects of cancer through the work of over 4,000 scientists, doctors and nurses. Together with its partners and supporters, Cancer Research UK's vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. They provide information and advice about talking to children when a parent has been diagnosed with cancer. Along with, tips for talking to children of different ages, to enable them to understand what cancer is. The Osborne Trust The Osborne Trust offers free emotional and practical support for children of a parent with a cancer diagnosis and undergoing cancer treatment. Help is offered freely to children aged 16 years and younger with a parent with any type of cancer all over the UK. Riprap Riprap was developed especially for teenagers who have a parent with cancer. In riprap, you can learn more about cancer and its treatment and through real stories, you can read the experiences of other young people and share your own story. Metastatic Mammas Metastatic Mammas is an online support network for parents living with ALL Stage IV cancers.