On this page is everything we can tell you about our stock, when it's due back in or if we're no longer providing it. If you can't find information about a product, please come back and check again soon.
Stock information, new titles and editions
You can view details of all our publications, including MAC codes, edition numbers, next planned review dates and discontinued titles on the Information resources list. This list was last updated in September 2023.
Depublished information resources for health and social care professionals
In December 2022 we decided to depublish a number of information resources for health and social care professionals which were deemed to be out of date or no longer representative of Macmillan Cancer Support. A list of these resources can be found here
. These resources include MAC13689 Holistic Needs Assessment, care and support plan folder
and MAC16788 Treatment summary how-to guide
If you are a health and social care professional and believe that an updated version of one of these resources would benefit your practice please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference the MAC code of any resources when getting in touch.
MAC17275_0319 Macmillan A5 folder is a stationery product only available to our registered Macmillan professionals and staff. More copies are regularly made available.
MAC13141_FAC and MAC13141_PAR (Foundations in Palliative Care: Facilitator Pack and Participant Pock)
Both of these packs are currently under review, with an arrival date for new stock yet to be confirmed.
MAC11691 Understanding high-dose treatment with stem cell
MAC16334 (People who can help when you have cancer) and MAC16334 (Starting treatment for cancer)
These easy read titles have now been discontinued.
MAC15576 (Treatment summary triplicate pack)
This has been discontinued, although digital versions of related content can be found here.
The associated guidance documents are currently being reviewed.
MAC18112 Macmillan Explore Welcome Pack
Production of this item has been indefinitely paused.
MAC13689 Holistic Needs Assessment, care and support plan folder
This item is currently available only as a digital resource. We are aware of the high demand for this item.
MAC16788 Treatment Summary How-To Guide
This resource has been discontinued as a physical product for the foreseeable future. Please continue to access this in the meanwhile as a downloadable PDF on the product page.
MAC15201_E06_N Recipes for people affected by cancer
A decision was made in 2022 to discontinue the physical edition of this title, as a consequence of the financial pressures Covid-19 placed on Macmillan Cancer Support. As the clinical information contained in this booklet has become outdated we have also removed the links to the PDF and eBook version of this booklet from the be.Macmillan website. We are aware of how popular this title was, and so the decision to discontinue it was not taken lightly; we do nevertheless apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment its removal might cause.
MAC13825_E03_N (Managing the late effects of pelvic radiotherapy in men) and MAC13826_E03_N (Managing the late effects of pelvic radiotherapy in women)
Both of these booklets have been supplanted by MAC18910_E01 Managing the bladder late effects of pelvic radiotherapy and MAC18911_E01 Managing the bowel late effects of pelvic radiotherapy.
MAC11674_E07_N Understanding breast screening
This booklet has now been discontinued.
MAC16340 (Stay healthy - stop smoking) and MAC16328 (Screening for cancer)
MAC11775_E07_N Understanding the PSA test
MAC14072_E03_N Be there for someone facing cancer
This booklet has now been discontinued. Relevant information can be found in MAC17643_E01_N Cancer and relationships: support for partners, families and friends.
MAC17412_CRD_BI Questions About Cancer Bilingual Card
This resource is currently being reviewed.
MAC1202_0814HSE Street Collecting Certificate
This resource has been discontinued owing to lack of use. Its need may be reviewed in future according to demand.
MAC12176_E04_N Understanding melanoma - Lymph node assessment and treatment
This resource has been replaced by MAC19308_E01_R "Understanding melanoma - Tests and treatments after surgery to remove a melanoma".
MAC14734 Ethnicity and age and MAC15593_0116_A6 How did we do?
These resources have been depublished as of January 2023 as they are no longer in use.
"Are you worried about...?" series (MAC12151, MAC12152, MAC12153, MAC12154)
The cancer-specific "Are you worried about...?" resources (regarding bowel, breast, ovarian and prostate cancer) have all been discontinued. Information related to these titles is included in the new edition of "Are you worried about cancer?", which is now in stock.
MAC16529 ("Facing Cancer Together"), MAC14698_0419 ("Do something great today leaflet"), MAC15255 ("How we helped over 5 million people: A very quick overview")
These resources have been discontinued as of June 2023.
Additional discontinued titles
The below titles have all been discontinued. More information about the decision to discontinue these, and links to alternative resources (where relevant) can be found in our Information resources list. Relevant information may also be available through the main Macmillan Cancer Support website (macmillan.org.uk).
- MAC13944_E03_N Pelvic radiotherapy in women - managing side effects during treatment This information can now be found in MAC18915_E01 Understanding pelvic radiotherapy
- MAC13943_E03_N Pelvic radiotherapy in men - managing side effects during treatment This information can now be found in MAC18915_E01 Understanding pelvic radiotherapy
- MAC11665_E07_N Understanding the PSA Test
- MAC6706_E08_N The cancer guide for young people
- MAC15118_E03_N Fertility – Support for young people affected by cancer
- MAC15117_E03_N Sex and relationships: Support for young people affected by cancer
- MAC13314_E03_N Move More: Your guide to becoming more activity - this information can now be found in MAC12515 Physical activity and cancer
- MAC11687_05_N Understanding bowel cancer screening
- MAC12178_E04_N Understanding melanoma that has come back to the same area
- MAC5812_CD_E04_N Relax and breathe CD Similar content to this resource will be available when a new edition of "Managing breathlessness" (MAC12918) is made available by the end of 2023.
- MAC14580_E04_N Questions to ask about work and cancer This information can be found in MAC11675 "Work and cancer".
- MAC13509_E04_N Questions for carers to ask about work and cancer This information can be found in MAC11688 "Working while caring for someone with cancer".
If you are looking for any audio titles that are now out of stock please visit https://soundcloud.com/macmillancancer/
MACP22032_S, MACP22032_XL and MACP22032_XXL Macmillan Hoodie has been discontinued in these sizes.
MACP22084 Window sticker has been discontinued.
MACP21886 Tote bag has been discontinued.
MACP22104 Macmillan A5 pad has been discontinued.
MACP22032 Macmillan hoodie has been discontinued.
MACP22105 Biodegradable poncho has been discontinued for the time being.
MACP21857 Tabard in size XXL will be back in stock at a date yet to be confirmed. The tabard is available in size M instead.
MACP22316 Macmillan "M" pin badges will be out of stock until approximately April 2024. We apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment this might cause.
MACP22676 Professionals planner A date when this item will be replenished has not yet been confirmed. We are working to confirm this as quickly as possible.
Following a review of our environmental practices it was decided not to replenish our branded balloons once their stock was depleted. If you are a Macmillan Staff member and wish nevertheless to order these please do contact the Commerce team to request them via email@example.com. The minimum order quantity is 1,000 per order. Alternatively, please consider ordering our bunting as a more environmentally-friendly option.
Once we know when a resource is back in stock, we'll let you know on this page. If you have any other queries about stock please contact the following teams.
For clinical booklets please email firstname.lastname@example.org