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Whatever your concern, big or small, our telephone and online support services are there to offer a skilled ear and understanding in total confidence. Talk to people who know what you’re going through.
When you need to talk – we’ll find you someone who understands. Someone who’s been there too and has been trained to help.
Chat online with others in a private and safe enviroment about the challenges you're facing. A nurse and moderator are on hand to answer any questions.
Use our daily chat room to talk with others who understand what you're going through about whatever is on your mind.
Exchange tips, ask questions and talk through concerns on our online discussion forum.
You can also talk through any questions or concerns with one of our experienced nurses and specially trained workers on the free, confidential Helpline (0808 800 6000) or using our Ask the Nurse service.
‘I’ve spoken to people at all different stages of breast cancer. Their family might not understand how they’re feeling, so they want to talk to someone who’s been there. I offer practical tips and let people know where to find further support, but a large part is just to listen. People say it’s so nice to talk freely, and find out that a lot of things they’re worried about are normal.’
Fay, 64, Doncaster