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No one should face the fight of cancer alone

WCC is committed to raising awareness of cancer through education and community initiatives, providing support for those affected by cancer.

How can we help?

We're here for you

By increasing awareness, education and screening, we bring passionate people together to help tackle cancer challenges.

How our support helps

World Cancer Care:
For awareness, education & support

Cancer is one of the world's biggest health challenge. There are more than 200 types (and subtypes) of cancer — each affecting different cells, with varying symptoms and risk factors.

Today, health organisations estimate that one in two people will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. Cancer impacts us all, yet the bearing of a diagnosis also poses a threat to a person's general sense of security and orderliness in life.

Our Mission

We want everyone to have the best possible chance of surviving cancer. World Cancer Care was born out of a deep passion to raise awareness of cancer, helping those diagnosed make sense of the disease with support, information and answers.

No individual should fight cancer alone, and we're on hand to provide support whenever you need us.

We aim to empower more people to raise awareness, giving hope and support to those who need it most. We also regularly host local initiatives across the UK and other selected countries, raising vital funds for support, awareness and research.

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Together we can continue making a difference worldwide

Cancer is a global challenge, and while we're a UK based cancer awareness charity, we work collaboratively with Cancer Care Charitable Society a charity in India.

Together, we bring cancer awareness, education and screening facilities to people in India who wouldn't otherwise have access to such services.

Knowing about other people's personal experience of cancer can be a source of support and inspiration when you or someone you love is going through treatment. World Cancer Care is incredibly proud to be supported by fully qualified medical professionals, enabling us to consistently and compassionately provide reliable advice while raising awareness of signs and symptoms, encouraging people to self-check and see their GP.

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At World Cancer Care we provide help and support for any individuals affected by cancer

Cancer affects us all.
How can we help you?

The most common types of cancer in the UK include breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer and bowel cancer; however, with over 200 categories of cancer affecting different cells or organs in the body, each diagnosis is treated in a particular way. At World Cancer Care, we provide help and support for any individuals affected by cancer. Whether you're concerned of specific signs or symptoms, are newly diagnosed seeking a more in-depth understanding on tests and scans, or you're looking to provide extra support for a loved one coping with treatment; we're here to help.

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Our stories

In the UK, there are approximately 360,000 people diagnosed with cancer every year. Every personal story of cancer can benefit patients and families. World Cancer Care is committed to sharing stories of those we've supported.

Whether we're delivering insight on what to expect from the treatment, providing advice on how to get the help required or reminding patients and families that they are not alone, we're committed to serving people with supportive and informational content.

Everyone's battle is different, but connecting with people who have been through a similar experience can have a positive impact, sparking meaningful connections, welcoming new opportunities and boosting overall well-being.

You can explore our latest features, stories and informative resources here, but if you have any questions about your diagnosis or need help supporting a loved one, we're here for you.

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We are committed to raising awareness of cancer through education and community initiatives

Help us be there for those in need

Every two minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer. With your support, we can:

  • Provide help and support to those in need, nobody should face cancer alone
  • Boost awareness and understanding of cancer types and treatments
  • Raise awareness of the importance of self-examining and spotting warning signs
  • Provide help and support to individuals who are diagnosed with cancer

How can you support us?

If you would like any more information, please call us on 01925 594463 or send us a message using the form below: