Breast cancer treatment wish list

‘What can I do to help?’ How to support someone through treatment

It can be hard to know how to help someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Bex, who recently started treatment, gives us her tips.

Personal story | 11 December 2017

Woman looking out to sea

Breast cancer changed my perception of time

After Ann finished treatment for breast cancer, she was struck by a wave of anxiety and grief as the impact of her diagnosis hit.

Personal story | 18 August 2017

A woman receiving a massage

Massage after a breast cancer diagnosis: is it safe?

Some people worry that having a massage can encourage breast cancer to spread. We look at the facts about breast cancer and massages. 

Healthcare Professional | 15 August 2017

A collection of multi coloured pills

The breast cancer news round-up: Kadcyla, statins and yoga

A round-up of the latest news about breast cancer research, treatments and side effects.

Breast Cancer Care | 14 July 2017

Kirstie with her mum

A special way to remember my wonderful mum

After losing her mum to breast cancer last year, Kirstie decided to hold an Afternoon Tea as a special way to remember her one year on.

Personal story | 22 June 2017

A woman lying down with her legs up the wall

Five poses to get you started with yoga after breast cancer

Recent research shows the positive effect of yoga after a breast cancer diagnosis. Find out about the benefits of yoga, if it's safe after breast cancer, and try out our five simple poses.

Breast Cancer Care | 20 June 2017

Cathie with her partner

I chose not to have reconstruction surgery

After having a mastectomy following a breast cancer recurrence when she was 34, Cathie chose not to have reconstruction surgery. She shares her story and the impact breast cancer has had on her body image.

Personal story | 16 June 2017

In my culture people don't talk about cancer

I didn't want people to know I had breast cancer

Kreena talks about the taboos around cancer in Indian culture, and learning to embrace her new self after breast cancer.

Personal story | 5 June 2017

Should I be worried about breast cancer in my family?

If you or a close relative have been diagnosed with breast cancer, it is normal to worry about whether there is an increased risk in your family. We answer some common questions about breast cancer in families.

Healthcare Professional | 2 June 2017

Strength, hope and unity: Celebrating 25 years of the pink ribbon

Chief Executive Samia al Qadhi shares her story of the pink ribbon and explains how your stories can help us celebrate this powerful symbol.

Breast Cancer Care | 30 May 2017

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