Rare cancers affect a small number of people. They are unusual types of cancers, leukaemias or lymphomas and might start in an unusual part of the body.
Find out what a rare cancer is, and how you might feel about having a rare cancer.
Find out how a rare cancer, leukaemia or lymphoma might be diagnosed.
Being diagnosed with a rare cancer may cause particular emotions, feelings and practical difficulties.
All treatments must be fully researched before they can be used as standard treatment. This is so we can be sure they work and so we know that they are safe.
We know it’s a worrying time for people with cancer, we have information to help.
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