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When Shola had to give up work to have treatment for thymoma, a tumour affecting her thymus gland, she soon encountered financial problems. But she didn’t think twice about knocking on the door of Macmillan benefits adviser Fiona Crowe.
27-year-old Thom had emergency surgery for colon cancer, followed by nearly six months of chemotherapy. It affected his ability to work, and as a self-employed person, he worried about being able to pay his bills.
When Lloyd was diagnosed with lung cancer, he worried about missing his mortgage payments if he took time off work for treatment. Then he met Emma, a Macmillan Benefit Adviser, who made sure Lloyd got the benefits he was owed and didn’t have to face it alone.