- ITV News report by Olivia Kinsley
Around one in eight people diagnosed with cancer feel they have lost touch with friends as a result of the disease, according to a survey by Macmillan Cancer Support.
The charity says that talking to close friends and relatives is important for sufferers dealing with the illness - but not enough people are getting the support they need.
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