PUBLISHED ON: 29 January 2016
Stories about our health appear in newspapers on TV and online every day but how can you tell if they’re accurate? Our top five tips can help.
PUBLISHED ON: 29 January 2016
Words that are often used to describe cancer such as ‘battling’ or ‘survivor’ can divide opinion among people who’ve been diagnosed with it.
Andrea Pellegrini
PUBLISHED ON: 16 July 2015
Make-up artist Andrea Pellegrini tells us about her YouTube channel giving make-up tips for women after chemotherapy.
PUBLISHED ON: 25 March 2015
If you’re still coping with breast cancer’s effects months or even years after treatment one thing’s certain – you’re far from alone.
PUBLISHED ON: 23 March 2015
An app that lets surgeons practise surgical procedures using their tablet or phone is proving popular with patients too. The makers of Touch Surgery tell us why they developed it.
PUBLISHED ON: 10 March 2015
Tattoos after breast cancer surgery are becoming more popular. We look at what tattooing involves and why some women choose to have it done.
PUBLISHED ON: 24 September 2014
Hair loss can be one of the most distressing side effects of chemotherapy. We asked our readers whether or not they chose to wear a wig when they lost their hair.
PUBLISHED ON: 15 August 2014
We put some commonly asked questions about reconstruction to Consultant Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon Stephen McCulley who specialises in breast reconstructive surgery.
PUBLISHED ON: 27 June 2014
Choosing swimwear after breast surgery can be daunting. Kelly Short who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006 aged 31 shares her tips.
PUBLISHED ON: 20 February 2014
For many people hair loss is one of the most distressing side effects of breast cancer treatment. It can reduce confidence and self-esteem. But help is available.