Understanding Your Breast Cancer Diagnosis: A Guide
It can be difficult to understand the information about your breast cancer diagnosis, this guide will break it down for you.
Breast Cancer: Signs and Diagnosis
Want to be more breast aware or would you just like to know more about breast cancer signs and diagnosis? You’ve found the right place. Let us take you through how to check your breasts, the key signs to look out for, and the process of breast cancer diagnosis.
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.
You’ve Finished Breast Cancer Treatment. Now What?
By Carly Moosah.
So, you’ve finished treatment for primary breast cancer and been told that you are cancer free. But what now?
Mastectomy and breast reconstruction: Your options
Surgery is one of the first treatments a breast cancer patient receives. Find out more about the different types of mastectomy and breast reconstruction.
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.
Carrying your Scars: Managing Life Post-Surgery
In the final part of our surgery miniseries, we look at the long-term effects of life post-surgery, including mental and physical wellbeing.
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!
Lumpectomy and radiotherapy: All you need to know
Find out everything about lumpectomy and radiotherapy, as well as some results from recent clinical trials, and useful tips for you to manage common side effects caused by these treatments.
Untangling monoclonal antibodies – Trastuzumab, Pertuzumab, Atezolizumab
We know that drug names can be confusing. That’s why we’re untangling drug terminology. Starting with the monoclonal antibodies (AKA the mabs).
Demystifying fear of cancer recurrence
Fear of cancer recurrence is one of the most common psychosocial effects of cancer. Find out what it is and how to manage it.
It’s All About HER2-Positive Breast Cancer
If you have HER2-positive breast cancer, this is the blog for you! Find out exactly what HER2 is and how it may affect your treatment plan.