You may be concerned about the effects of hot weather during and after breast cancer treatment. Our nurse, Rachel, suggests ways to look after your skin and stay comfortable in the heat this summer.
Breast Cancer Care | 2 May 2019
The unique insight and support of our trained one-to-one peer support volunteers is now available by email alongside the established telephone service.
Breast Cancer Care | 16 January 2013
We know that for some it can be an unexpectedly difficult time when hospital-based treatment for breast cancer ends.
Breast Cancer Care | 14 January 2013
The winter issue of Vita is out now.
Our latest cover star is Andrea Hull who modelled at Breast Cancer Care's London fashion show last year. Andrea was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer just two years earlier and explains how it felt to go from being a guest at the 2010 show to taking part in 2012.
Breast Cancer Care | 11 January 2013
We are exploring the needs of people after treatment for breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Care | 10 January 2013
Breast Cancer Care’s Chief Executive Samia al Qadhi has met with Prime Minister David Cameron to highlight important breast cancer issues.
Breast Cancer Care | 9 January 2013
There are loads of different challenges you can do this year for all levels of fitness - sign up today!
Breast Cancer Care | 8 January 2013
Looking back over 2012 the highlight for Breast Cancer Care Scotland was our Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day event at Glasgow City Chambers in October.
Breast Cancer Care | 4 January 2013
Best wishes for 2013 from Breast Cancer Care Cymru and thanks to all staff volunteers supporters and donors for their hard work and support in 2012.
Breast Cancer Care | 3 January 2013
As we tidy away the trappings of the festive season and put the past year behind us we may also think about the year ahead. Birthdays holidays and family occasions go into new diaries and calendars.
For many in treatment for breast cancer there'll be a point in 2013 when that treatment finishes. For some this will be a time to celebrate but it can also be the pause in which the shock of diagnosis and treatment is felt. Others find it a moment to breathe a sigh of relief and recover some sense of normality.
Breast Cancer Care | 2 January 2013