1 in 8 women in the UK will develop breast cancer


When someone has breast cancer, it affects their entire life. We provide tailored care and support for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer, as well as their friends and family. With your help, we can reach more of the 62,000 people diagnosed each year.

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Breast Cancer Care's services are invaluable to me
I don't know what I would have done without Breast Cancer Care. From day one they were my support, from the Helpline through to BECCA. They've been my shoulder to cry on, when I didn't even realise how much I needed it.

Penny, Moving Forward attendee and BECCA user

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Together we can make a difference

92 percent


of attendees felt they could cope better emotionally as a result of the Living With Secondary Breast Cancer meetings

5.8 million


breast cancer support requests we responded to in 2017-18

91 percent


of women felt more confident about themselves after attending a Moving Forward course

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Our face-to-face services

We want everyone to have the care they deserve, whether they have concerns, have just been diagnosed, or have finished treatment. Our free services offer tailored information and support to anyone affected by breast cancer.

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Moving Forward after breast cancer

Moving Forward courses

Our courses provide practical tips for dealing with side effects of treatment, adopting a healthy lifestyle, and coping with anxiety, helping people self-manage and find their 'new normal’ after breast cancer treatment.

Vicki, who has secondary breast cancer, and her daughter

Living with Secondary Breast Cancer

Our monthly sessions allow people to talk openly in a safe space with others who may share their experience, helping them come to terms with their diagnosis.

Someone Like Me

Someone Like Me service

We put people in touch with a trained volunteer who has had a similar experience, so they can discuss anything from concerns around genetic testing to having a friend or family member diagnosed.

Younger women with breast cancer

Younger Women Together

Many younger women with breast cancer may feel alone or isolated. Our events bring together women aged 30-45 who’ve had a primary diagnosis, providing information specific to their age group.

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Other support we provide

Speak to our nurses

Speak to our nurses

Whether it's making sense of medical information, discussing concerns or finding support, our nurses are here for anyone affected by breast cancer through our free Helpline and email services.

Try our breast cancer support app

Our free app

More than half of women experience anxiety after treatment ends. BECCA is our award-winning, free app with tips on life beyond a breast cancer diagnosis, helping people adapt to their new 'normal'.

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Our forum community

A safe and caring online community for anyone seeking information or support from others going through breast cancer, at any time of day or night. 

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Clinical specialist

Our clinical experts

Our award-winning publications and information resources are used by NHS breast care teams across the country. Written by our clinical specialists, they're reviewed by healthcare professionals and people affected by breast cancer, and produced within the Information Standard guidelines.


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