Coronavirus COVID-19

During this present outbreak of COVID-19, we very much regret that we have had to close the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre to all face-to-face services.

As you will understand, this decision has not been taken lightly and we sincerely apologise that we are not able to deliver the support and information services that you may need whilst undergoing treatment for cancer.

The telephone helpline is staffed from Monday-Friday (9.30am-4.30pm): 020 3826 2555

We will respond to messages left on the answerphone but please be patient as we are very short-staffed.


For answers to clinical questions, we recommend you speak to your Clinical Nurse Specialist.

If at any time during your treatment you become unwell you must contact the 24-hour Acute Oncology Service: 07825 028855


Services and support offered by Macmillan Cancer SupportMacmillan Cancer Support

For further information about cancer and its treatments, including a range of support services, please visit the website for Macmillan Cancer Support.

This website includes specific information about Cancer and Coronavirus.

The Macmillan Support Line is staffed Monday-Friday from 9.00am-5.00pm: 0808 808 0000

The online community is available 24/7 for emotional and peer support

The Patient Grants Team is processing online applications.


The Information section of this LJMC website also contains links to many organisations that offer information and support.

If you need advice on benefits, please click here.


We regret we are unable to confirm when normal services will resume and thank you for your patience at this time.



Last updated: March 25, 2020

Cancer and Coronavirus (information by Macmillan Cancer Support)

Advice on Coronavirus for people with cancer Advice on Coronavirus for people with cancer

This set of frequently asked questions has been developed by the One Cancer Voice group of charities

10 March 2020

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Relaxation 1

Relaxing and calming exercises to help strengthen lung energy:

Qigong routine to strengthen the lungs with Peter Deadman

** Please note: in section 3 of this video, when instructed to 'slap fairly hard', you should only tap lightly or stroke.