It shouldn't end with treatment

We know that treatment can have a life-changing impact on physical and emotional wellbeing. Women are being left without ongoing support, meaning that side effects including anxiety and depression are far too common.

With more than 691,000 people living with and beyond breast cancer in the UK and numbers set to rise, it is vital that care post-treatment is put at the top of the agenda.

Ask your local politician to campaign for #CareAfterBreastCancer.

Campaign for care

Campaign for Care After Breast Cancer

Use our guide to email your local politician.


Cancer takes away your strength. Your physical, mental and emotional strength. You don't recover immediately, it takes a while to feel like your normal self.

Stella, diagnosed in 2014

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The need for better care

51 percent


of Hospital Trusts do not offer women a breast cancer support event when hospital treatment ends.

1 in 4


women find the end of hospital treatment is the hardest part.

55 percent


of women with primary breast cancer are not given information about the signs and symptoms of cancer returning.

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Find support once treatment ends

Women getting support

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’.

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. 

Clinical specialist

Our clinical experts

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

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Ask your politician to campaign for Care After Breast Cancer