Every person has a different cancer experience. From the symptoms and healthcare treatments to supporting a loved one through it or dealing with a diagnosis yourself; we’re here to help.
We explore some of the more common types of cancer, dispel some popular myths and offer guidance on how to tackle the tricky conversations.
Our cancer care team are also available to members for one-to-one help and support, via the phone or online.
We explore the symptoms of testicular cancer to look out for, how it’s diagnosed and the treatment involved.Read More
We asked people living with cancer to help us create our top tips on how to ‘speak cancer’, to share with those who are going through it and those around them.Read More
We’ve compiled some of the important things you need to know about lymphoma that may help answer some of your questions.Read More
Receiving the news that your cancer is terminal is devastating. Our Cancer Care team, share some practical tips to help you cope with your diagnosis.Read More
Malignant melanoma is a very serious and aggressive form of skin cancer, however, spotting the signs early can significantly increase the likelihood of a cure by simply removing it.Read More
Telling people that you have cancer can be a daunting part of the process, but it’s the perfect opportunity to reach out for the help and support you need.Read More
Being diagnosed with cancer can be a very daunting and difficult time. AXA Health's Cancer Care team examine some common myths to help you separate the facts from the fiction.Read More
We take a look at the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.Read More
The lifetime risk of developing breast cancer for women is 1 in 7...find out more information about breast cancer symptoms and signs from AXA Health.Read More
Our cancer care nurse picks out some key facts about cervical cancer, what HPV is to the symptoms to look out for.Read More
Our healthcare professionals answer your questions about bowel cancer, colon cancer and rectal cancerRead More
Smoking’s bad for your health, but exactly how does quitting make life better? Here are 10 ways your health will improve when you stop smoking.Read More