Sometimes it’s not easy to get face-to-face support but you’d still like to talk with other people who’ve had a breast cancer diagnosis and understand what you’re going through.
Live Chat is a private chat room where you can talk about whatever’s on your mind. There are usually between four and 10 people at each session. Someone from Breast Cancer Care is also on hand to point to sources of help and information.
How Live Chat works
How to join Live Chat
- Before you use Live Chat for the first time you need to register a user name and password – and we’ll get back to you to confirm the details, usually within one or two working days.
- Please note that by registering for Live Chat you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.
- Once you’ve registered you can join a session by simply clicking on the ‘chat now’ button on the right-hand side of this page.
We run three different Live Chat sessions
Primary Breast Cancer
New regular sessions are starting in June 2016 – check this page for updates or register below and we’ll email you as soon as the first date is confirmed.
Secondary Breast Cancer
We have weekly sessions for people with a diagnosis of secondary breast cancer on Tuesdays 8.30–9.30pm and Thursdays 1.30–2.30pm.
There’s also a monthly themed chat for people with a diagnosis of secondary breast cancer with a nurse present on the last Wednesday of each month, 1.30–2.30pm.
This month's topic: Fatigue
Date: 25 May