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We’ve put together the ultimate resource bank for you. Fnd answers to the questions keeping you up at night.

Got questions about cancer? We’ve got answers.

From plans to scans, coffee to chemo, baking to blood tests. This is life alongside cancer. We’ve got programmes to get you connected, active, informed and heard - to support your physical and mental wellbeing.

We're constantly updating this page to make sure we’re here for you, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.

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Exercise and cancer don't seem like ideal partners. But the truth is they go together exceptionally well. Exercise has tonnes of benefits for those going through cancer treatment and living with any long term impacts. Exercise physiologist Tom Cowan explains the benefits of exercising with cancer and shares the best ways to make it work for you.

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Living life alongside cancer when you’re in your 20s or 30s brings its own unique set of challenges. But we exist to help you make the most of the parallel lives you’re living as both patient and person. Here’s a rundown of everything we offer.

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We're able to consume more content and information than ever before. A world of news, dating apps and online shopping is always just a few seconds away. But humans have not evolved to handle this kind of consumption. We're still in the process of figuring out what exactly it does to us. This year's Men's Mental Health Week is focusing on the internet and its impact on male mental health

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There are loads of ways to nurture body confidence, even with cancer in the mix. We're here to support you every step of the way, providing resources to enhance both your physical and mental well-being. Together, we can help you embrace self-love and find a sense of comfort in your own skin, even in the face of cancer.

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So you’ve just been told you’ve got cancer. And then you’re told your ability to have kids in the future might be impacted too. Because cancer’s the gift that keeps on giving.

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Finding out you might be infertile because of your cancer treatment can have a huge emotional impact. Even if kids are the last thing on your mind, making sense of having this decision taken away from you is important. If you’re experiencing fertility issues and it’s impacting your mental health, it’s OK. There are people and organisations out there designed to help.

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Sex and cancer
Parenting and Cancer
Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ sex and cancer
How Trekstock's early menopause support changed the game
What it's like to be menopausal at 24
10 ways to cope with early menopause
Benefits of exercise during cancer treatment
Trekstock Support: All the ways Trekstock can help you
The good, the bad and the ugly of social media and cancer
Navigating body image and cancer
Exploring the emotional impact of cancer and fertility
Coping with cancer and infertility
From textbooks to treatment: Navigating education challenges alongside cancer
Talking to your employer about cancer
How community support makes all the difference
Cancer ghosting – and other impacts on friendships
Navigating physical changes caused by cancer
Cancer’s impact on your mental wellbeing