PUBLISHED ON: 29 July 2013

We’re delighted to announce that Vita – Breast Cancer Care’s popular quarterly magazine – has a brand new website.

Vita online has all the breast cancer news features and real stories you’ll find in the magazine and more.

And our new website’s user-friendly design means it’s easy to find all the information you’re looking for.

Real stories from people who’ve had breast cancer

At the heart of Vita magazine are our real stories from women – and some men – who’ve had or been affected by breast cancer.

All the articles in our Real lives section are honest accounts from people who know what it means to have breast cancer.

They cover many issues that people face whether it’s Jazz who found telling her children about breast cancer difficult; Sue who talks about going back to work; or Frances who’s living with secondary breast cancer.

Healthy living

Our Healthy living section contains articles to help improve your health and wellbeing whether you’re coping with a diagnosis having treatment or moving forward after treatment.

Among other topics you’ll find information and tips on:

Now that summer’s finally here why not try getting outside to boost your health or read our tips on travelling abroad?

Vita bloggers

Our Vita bloggers are always busy writing about living with and beyond breast cancer.

Laura 30 Jenny 53 and Cheryl 64 talk about the issues that are important to them at the different stages of their breast cancer ‘journey’.

And there’s more…

Every month we’ll bring you new delicious and healthy recipes – why not try the summer mushroom and chickpea burgers – and our experts answer your questions about breast cancer and its treatments.

Vita Tweeter

We’ll be regularly adding interesting new features blog posts and recipes to the website. But how will you know when there’s something new to read?

The best way to keep up with all the latest Vita online content is by following us on Twitter: @vita_mag.

Get in touch

We’d love to hear from you. Whether you want to respond to an article you’ve read in our magazine or on the website would like to share your story with us or just let us know what you think about us you can email us at vita@breastcancercare.org.uk