Get support to cope with emotional, practical, and physical issues when you have breast cancer.
Find out what you can do, who can help and how to cope with a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Find out how breast cancer might affect your fertility, and how you might preserve your fertility if you’re having treatment.
Find out about breast cancer and the importance of avoiding pregnancy during treatment, including your choices for birth control.
Breast cancer during pregnancy is rare. Find out how your doctor diagnoses and treats it if you are pregnant and where you can get help and support.
You may find it difficult to adjust to changes after your breast cancer surgery. There is help and support available.
Some breast cancer treatments cause low levels of sex hormones that lead to an early menopause or menopausal symptoms. Find out how to manage the effects.
Find out about lymphoedema after breast cancer treatment, including how you can lower your risk of getting it and how to manage it.
You might need some care and support at home due to cancer or its treatment. A lot of practical and emotional support is available to you.
Find out about how to cope with advanced breast cancer and about the support available to you.
Find out about organisations and resources to help you cope, and there is information about suppliers of prosthesises and bras.
Read stories from people diagnosed with breast cancer, about their treatment, how they coped during and after.