Celebrate every little victory

Living with a long-term condition as a result of your breast cancer diagnosis is difficult. We know that the way your condition affects you is unpredictable, where from one day to the next you don’t know how you will feel or what you can and can’t do.

Our information and support can help you get back into exercise after breast cancer and manage your long-term conditions. 

Because it doesn’t matter whether it’s something small and new, or just that little bit more of something you already do. It all makes a difference.

15 leading health and social care charities are launching a national campaign and movement to inspire and support people with long-term health conditions to be active.

When I went to my oncologist after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she said to me randomly, "Have you heard of Dragonboat Racing?". It's an amazing floating support group. The boat is my happy place.

Ellie, Pool Of Life Dragonboat Racer

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Returning to exercise after breast cancer

Sara and her family

My story: exercise and breast cancer

Sara, Rebecca and Della talk about their relationship with exercise throughout and beyond their breast cancer treatment.

Sarah Jane running in the London Marathon

Running was a release during treatment

Sarah Jane explains how running helped her copie with treatment and restore her feeling of control pver of her body.

Rebecca doing a yoga position

Yoga and secondary breast cancer

Rebecca shares how yoga helped her understand her body after a secondary diagnosis and enjoy life.

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Information on exercise and breast cancer

Find tips from our bloggers and experts on how to start exercising again after breast cancer. 

Lizzy shows you some simple exercises

Videos to help you get started

 Exercise expert Lizzy Davis, who works on our Moving Forward course, explains how to get started with exercise after treatment.

Jackie at a Big Half this year

How to build exercise into your life

Exercise helped Jackie move forward from her diagnosis. She shares her tips for exercising both during and after treatment.

Yoga helped Edwina after treatment

Yoga exercises after breast cancer

Yoga helped Edwina after treatment ended. Watch her easy-to-follow videos on getting started with yoga

preparing for exercise

Information on exercise and breast cancer

Read Breast Cancer Care's information pages on exercising during and after breast cancer treatment. 

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Jackie smiling wearing a Breast Cancer Care running top with her dad
Whether you start by walking down the road, jogging through the park or just taking the stairs, may exercise give you a reason to smile and an opportunity to prioritise you. Remember, when you move forward you will help inspire others to do the same.

Jackie, blogger

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Managing long-term conditions

Tamsin on her bike

Tips for coping with lymphoedema

Tamsin developed lymphoedema after finishing chemotherapy.She shares her top tips for managing the condition.

Rebecca shares her tips

Managing the emotional side of pain

Rebecca struggled with joint pain as a side effect of her treatment. She shares how taking care of her emotional wellbeing helps her.

Jacqueline and her family

Dealing with the side effects of hormone therapy

Jacqueline struggled with achy joints, nausea and dizziness due to hormone therapy. She gives her tips on managing symptoms.

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BECCA Breast Cancer Care app

Get mobile support after treatment

We know the need for support doesn't end when treatment does.

Our BECCA app gives you strategies, hints and tips to empower and equip you for life beyond breast cancer treatment.

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