When time is uncertain, women with secondary breast cancer need to be certain of your support.
There are so many uncertainties for women who have incurable secondary breast cancer, like Dawn.
They don’t know how many birthdays, celebrations or anniversaries they have left. They wonder whether they’ll be able to go on another holiday. Whether they’ll see many more of their children or grandchildren’s school plays. When their drugs will stop working.
Two thirds of Hospital Trusts don’t know how many of their patients have secondary breast cancer, making it more difficult for them to plan and provide the right care.
This is why we're campaigning for change – to make sure that women with secondary breast cancer no longer get second-rate care. These women already face so much uncertainty, we want to make sure that getting care and support is something they can be certain about.
We need your help to make this happen.
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