Living with HER2+ Secondary Breast Cancer: Diane Lavin’s Experience

In our third blog with Make2ndsCount, we’ll be looking in depth at current and future treatments for HER2 secondary breast cancer patients.

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HER2 Secondary Breast Cancer: All of the treatments explained

In our third blog with Make2ndsCount, we’ll be looking in depth at current and future treatments for HER2 secondary breast cancer patients.

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Navigating chemotherapy for breast cancer safely and what to avoid.

Chemotherapy and Breast Cancer: Navigating Treatment Safely

Chemotherapy is a treatment for breast cancer. This blog covers how to navigate chemotherapy treatment safely.

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Chemotherapy and breast cancer: All you need to know

Chemotherapy (often called chemo) is a common treatment for breast cancer. Here we look at how chemotherapy works, different types and what to expect. You can find useful tips to help you to manage side effects and prepare for treatment.

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Tumour gene tests: What are they and why should you know about them?

Genomic tests have changed how cancer is treated. In this blog we explain the objective and the different types of genomic tests available.

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Hair loss and Cancer Treatment

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.

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Living with HR+ Secondary Breast Cancer: Jacqui Crewe’s Story

In this blog we want to share with you the experience from Jacqui Crewe, a secondary patient with HR+, HER- breast cancer.

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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.

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Urogenital Problems

Urogenital Problems and Breast Cancer Treatment

While not always discussed in the doctor’s office, breast cancer treatment can have an effect on the genital and urinary areas.

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Chemobrain without having chemotherapy?

Cognitive decline (chemobrain) is usually only spoken about as being a side effect of chemotherapy, yet studies have shown that other treatments can cause chemobrain.

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