A diagnosis can be challenging. But your care shouldn’t be.

 

We believe that no matter what comes your way, you should be armed with the best knowledge and cancer support. Your experienced Reframe team can help you find the right specialists, local services and trusted information.

 

 

We’re here to guide you through every stage…

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Recovery
  • Remission
  • Life after cancer
  • And everything in between

Your dedicated cancer support team

You will be allocated an experienced team who will be with you throughout your journey with us. This includes a client navigator, case manager, cancer nurse specialist and a network of specialists.

Find our more about our team

Start your cancer support

Get in touch for more information or to access our cancer support services

Call reframe

Call us confidentially on:
0207 965 0290

email reframe

Email us at:
support@reframe.co.uk

Reframe portal

Log into your
portal here

 

Your personal

cancer guide

Because your experiences are unique, we personalise our cancer support to suit you.

 

Wellbeing assessment

A short discussion to get to know you and track how you’re feeling and what your priorities are.

Cancer coach

Feel informed to make your own choices by having a better understanding of your options and the next steps.

12-month support plan

Working together to build a plan of action to achieve your goals.

 

Reframe portal

 

You can find all of this on your personalised portal.

Face to face or virtual consultation

Discuss your diagnosis and explore treatment options with an expert specialist.​

Pathology review

A tissue or blood sample review by our independent laboratory to double check the diagnosis is correct.

Download our leaflet for more information

 

A source of hope and support to thousands of people

 

An avid triathlete

“The level of care from Reframe is so different. To speak to the same person each week who knows my case history was very reassuring. I always came away feeling more confident and with a positive frame of mind.”

Read Antonio's story