THE issues that affect cancer patients can be extremely wide ranging - and often in ways you may never have considered before.
Did you know, for instance, that many people affected by cancer experience sexual dysfunction as a result of their diagnosis or treatment? And, unfortunately, most of these people have not been offered any help in the area.
Macmillan Cancer Support wants to address this and will shortly be launching a campaign to get the support cancer patients need and deserve.
One of the best ways to do this is to raise awareness and so we would like to speak to people whose sexual relationships have been affected by cancer and don't mind their story being told in the media.
Together, we hope to break the taboo of not talking about this side effect of cancer, so people can see that they're not alone and that it is okay to ask for support.
If you would like to use your experience to benefit other cancer patients in similar situations, and are happy to tell your story openly in local media campaigns, we would love to hear from you.
For more information, please contact Ali Birtwell, Macmillan's Regional Communications office, telephone 0208 222 9009, email email@example.com
Regional communications manager
Communications Officer (London Anglia and South East Region)