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Many people with cancer have felt lost during lockdown.

Our latest research shows that as many as one in four people with cancer have been left feeling stressed, anxious or depressed, and around 390,000 people with cancer in the UK have seen their mental health worsen during the coronavirus pandemic. 

As part of our Forgotten 'C' campaign, we've been urging UK governments to get cancer treatment back on track to meet the mental and physical health needs of people living with cancer. We want to show our support to everyone who is struggling, and let them know that Macmillan campaigners have not forgotten them during this time.

Please show your support by posting a message to our Wall of Support, to be shared with people living with cancer across the UK. 

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Leave a message on our wall of support for people living with cancer during the coronavirus pandemic. Your first name and city will be added to the wall with your message.

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We're so pleased you'd like to help people with cancer live life. We'll like to contact you again to send you information about our campaigns, using the details you've given us. 

We may also contact you again to tell you more about our services and other ways you can help, including opportunities to donate, volunteer or fundraise. 

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