You can talk to other members of Maggie's Online Centre by reading and participating in the conversations.
As well as sharing experiences with our friendly online community, registered members are able to contact our experienced online team. The Centre is staffed during office hours and the online team aim to reply within 24 hours.
Psychologists and experts from other Maggie's Centres and partner organisations also facilitate some group and individual sessions.
Hi All, My husband has duodenal cancer, mets to liver. First symptoms started in November 16. He's having a hard time. On 2nd cycle of chemo but as in first cycle he was hospitalised and chemo stopped midway despite it having been reduced. I find it difficult to stay upbeat, tho he is very accepting of his condition and easy to be with. I want to do the best for him- but don't know what that is some of the time. We're seeing oncologist on Wednesday and my husband thinking of suggesting coming off chemo completely. That fills me with terror as I'd feel we've given up all hope. Has anyone been in this situation , and if so, any words of wisdom ? Thank you