Save the date for this year’s World Kidney Cancer Day ‘We need to talk about how we’re feeling’ on 17 June 2021.

Complete your Personalised Psychosocial Wellbeing Report to help you talk about your emotional wellbeing

and give you suggestions to help you feel better in the future.

To find out more about the campaign visit our World Kidney Cancer Day 2021 page here.

Coronavirus: advice for cancer patients

The UK is gradually coming out of lockdown

For more information, please visit our dedicated support page

about coronavirus, vaccination and kidney cancer.

Help us to help others

The coronavirus pandemic has seriously affected our capacity for fundraising. To find out how you can help us maintain our support services, please visit our fundraising page here: Fundraising events or our donations page here: How to make a donation

KCSN is here to help and support you

We are the UK’s largest and most active patient-led kidney cancer charity. Whether you are a patient, survivor or someone you know has been diagnosed with kidney cancer, you have come to the right place to find support and information, and to be part of a caring and knowledgeable community of people: We are here to help you.

The KCSN has been supporting kidney cancer patients and carers since 2006. We are a very special type of charity. We are all cancer patients or carers to people with kidney cancer, and we provide a very special type of support because we know just what you are going through.

The KCSN has many hundreds of members across the UK whose lives have been affected by kidney cancer; we share our experiences and we support and care about each other. You can find out more about who we are and how we support each other by reading our

About Us page

Learn more about kidney cancer

Go to our Information Hub to find out everything to do with kidney cancer. Learn about treatment options, access to treatments, living with kidney cancer, managing side effects, and much more. Find NICE guidelines and NHS policies, patient 2 patient help sheets, our kidney cancer glossary and some useful links to other websites. Be sure of getting friendly advice and accurate information in patient friendly language.

Information Hub

Please get in touch – we are here to help

You can phone our kidney cancer helpline for a confidential one-2-one talk with another cancer patient. Or if you prefer, please email us directly with any kidney cancer-related questions. You don’t have to face kidney cancer alone; we can help by offering friendship, support and by sharing experiences, because together we are stronger.

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KCSN Activities

Join our Click & Chat session on World Kidney Cancer Day 17 June to talk to other people affected by kidney cancer. Contact Steve Pointon for information about how to join this session.

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