Self Advocacy and Breast Cancer
Self advocacy and being an active participant in your health care team is a process. Useful approaches may vary between individuals.
This blog aims to help those who wish to further participate and have a more active role in their own care but feel unsure how to begin.
Bisphosphonates and breast cancer: What they are, how they work and the importance of dental care
Bisphosphonates are commonly prescribed to people with breast cancer to treat bone loss. This blog discusses their side effects and useful management tips.
Hair Loss & Cancer Treatment – Why does it happen and what can I do about it?
In partnership with HeadWrappers this blog looks at cancer treatment related hair loss and management techniques.
What is Chemo-brain and what can I do about it?
Find out about possible causes and treatment options for the cancer side effect commonly referred to as chemo brain.
Lymphoedema and Cording: The science behind them
Lymphoedema & cording are both commonly overlooked breast cancer treatment side effects. Learn more about how they can affect the body in this blog!
Secondary Breast Cancer: Blog Series with Make 2nds Count
We have partnered up with the charity Make 2nds Count to launch an innovative six-part blog series. Every second Thursday we will look at the different types of secondary breast cancer and treatments available. We will also be hearing from patients about their own experiences.