Cancer support for employers
87% of people say it’s important to continue working
of people with cancer are afraid to tell their employers
(Working with Cancer Pledge)2
people of working age are living with cancer
(Working with Cancer)3
How we support your business and your people
- Your people
We support your people
Providing cancer information, emotional, and practical support at all stages of the cancer pathway – for people with cancer or caring for a loved one.
- Chasing appointments and reports
- Attending to any questions or concerns about a diagnosis, prognosis, treatment plan or follow up care
- Navigating NHS cancer care, so patients understand their options
- Helping people explore private healthcare options
- Supporting people emotionally
- Providing clinically verified information on symptoms and side effects
- Helping people return to work or continue working through cancer
- Offering a virtual concierge service to assist with day-to-day tasks and managing appointments
We support employers
Specialist advice and guidance for HR and line managers to support people at work.
- Making reasonable adjustments
- Return to work planning
- Explaining cancer and the Equality Act
- Raising awareness of cancer symptoms
- Raising awareness of the lifestyle changes that can reduce cancer risk
- Breaking the cancer taboo
- Having sensitive conversations
- Understanding how cancer can impact someone at work
- Helping you review your policies
Cancer involves a lot more than going to hospital for treatment.
We uniquely support people by offering clinically verified information, and emotional, financial and practical assistance throughout the entire cancer pathway - from pre-diagnosis to post-cancer treatment.
We help people at every step of the way, in every aspect of life that cancer impacts. We aim to help all our patients achieve better outcomes and feel empowered to make informed decisions about their care.
People need help navigating a complex healthcare system.
The backlog in cancer care persists, with nearly 40% of patients exceeding NHS target wait times for first treatment after urgent GP referral. Death risk increases by approximately 10% with each 4-week delay in cancer treatment.
Our experienced Cancer Nurses expedite processes for patients to reduce delays and ease pressure. We aim to help all our patients get faster access to care using our experience of NHS and private medical care to help patients navigate the system quicker.
Faster access to diagnosis and treatment is crucial for better outcomes for patients. Employers can provide critical support to alleviate the impact on patients.
Individualised support for businesses and patients
Our support plans can include:
With a Cancer Nurse Specialist or Cancer Support Manager.
Assigned to each patient.
For working through cancer and returning after treatment.
Access to our Patient Portal 24/7 for online cancer support.
Affordable, flexible support plans.
What our patients say
*Whilst consent has been given to use patient testimonials, some names and images have been changed to protect identities.