Caring for someone with cancer

A carer provides unpaid personal care, assistance and support to a person who needs this help because of a disability or disease such as cancer.

You may be a partner, relative, friend or neighbour - anyone can be a carer.

A carer provides unpaid personal care, assistance and support to a person who needs this help because of a disability or disease such as cancer.
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Help and support can help make the life of a carer easier. The availability of services may vary depending on where you live.
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If you are caring for someone with cancer, it is important to look after yourself as well. Carers can also experience times of stress and anxiety.
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