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Find out more about the types of diagnosis, your pathology report and what happens next.
Find out more about grade 1, grade 2 and grade 3 invasive breast cancer.
Find out more and read about coping in the days and weeks after a secondary (metastatic) breast cancer diagnosis.
Once I had come to terms with my diagnosis, I went onto autopilot. I started reading absolutely everything I could about my diagnosis, my treatment options and what I was going to face. My research led me to Breast Cancer Care.
Toria, diagnosed in 2015
Learn more about breast cancer in families (hereditary breast cancer), genes, including BRCA, and risk factors in relation to being diagnosed with breast cancer.
If you have a particular concern about breast cancer or just want to talk, our specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you.
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