Agencies line up for Macmillan Cancer, Friday, 28 August 2009 12:06AM

Macmillan Cancer Support, the UK charity that aims to improve the lives of people living with cancer, is on the hunt for a digital agency.

Macmillan…seeking digital agency

Macmillan…seeking digital agency

At present, Macmillan works with a number of agencies on a variety of digital projects, including Rufus Leonard and Arthur.

Some of Macmillan's most recent digital work includes a humorous viral campaign, created by Rufus Leonard, which aimed to raise awareness of how cancer can affect a person's sex life.

The viral, titled "the sex guru", was styled as an amateur self-help video, and directed viewers to Macmillan's website, where advice could be found from the agony aunts Deidre Sanders and Denise Robertson.

Another high-profile campaign featured a real-life case study, following the breast cancer sufferer Suzie France as she coped with the disease.

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