If so, health and care services in Buckinghamshire would like your help to ensure we are delivering the best possible care for our population – which means it is vital we hear from residents who have experienced cancer treatment.

NHS Aylesbury Vale and NHS Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Groups are working with Macmillan Cancer Support to invite people with experience of cancer to give their views in a new online survey.

Everyone’s experience of cancer is different. So, for us to give the best possible care and support, we need you to help us understand what that looks like to you and how you think we should provide it.

Because you have been through it, you are best placed to tell us what works, what can be improved, and what specific cancer support should be available to you within the Bucks area.

Things may not change overnight, but if your experiences have left you with ideas of what would be good for patients in Bucks – whether improving an existing service or offering new kinds of support – we want to hear from you.

We know that being given the all-clear does not always mean the end of cancer and returning to normal. It’s vital that when treatment stops you still have the right support to get back on your feet, deal with the consequences of your experience and know how to spot signs if cancer should return.

Whether you are currently undergoing treatment, are now living after treatment, or if you have watched a loved one go through cancer, please let us know your views by completing the survey via the link below. All details will be kept strictly confidential.

Living with cancer and beyond cancer treatment survey