This chapter discusses the use of 'cancer journey' and other Journey metaphors in the corpus. It also discusses the main topics in terms of Journey metaphors by members of the three participant groups: patients, carers, and professionals. The chapter presents a detailed qualitative analysis of the use of Journey metaphors to talk about two specific topics: the experience of illness including the end of life, and treatment options. It shows how Journey metaphors can be used in a variety of empowering and disempowering ways, and expresses both positive and negative views and emotions. The chapter classifies movement-related metaphors under four semantic groupings: movement, location, direction, and journey. It presents the overall frequencies of Journey metaphors in the different sections of the corpus, and considers the frequencies of specific Journey metaphors across genres and groups.