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Living with a terminal illness and looking for support? Our Support Line team are here to help. 

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 0800 090 2309 Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones. Find out more about our Support Line.

Advice from other carers

As part of a research project funded by Marie Curie, people from across the UK were interviewed about their experiences of caring for someone with a terminal illness in the context of their family, work and social lives.

Hear from other carers on Healthtalkonline

The aim of this project is to improve understanding of carers’ experiences and offer an online resource to help other carers with or without professional input.

The project was conducted by the Health Experiences Research Group at the University of Oxford/DIPEx.

You can listen to some of the experiences of carers below. To hear the experiences of other carers, visit Healthtalkonline  .

Pat and Keith's story

Pat was a home bird and coming home raised her spirits.
Read their story

Poppy's story

Poppy was lucky to have friends and family as her support system.
Read Poppy's story

Katie and Sarah's story

Katie talks about her sister-in-law and the hospice services.
Read their story

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