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Cancer Focus Northern Ireland 

Alongside care and support for patients, families and carers, Cancer Focus NI offer programmes to help reduce the risk of cancer and fund vital research on the disease.

Northern Ireland
Thanks Ciaran! | Last reviewed 14.11.2019

Cancer Research UK 

We fund scientists, doctors and nurses to help beat cancer sooner. We also provide cancer information to the public.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Andrew! | Last reviewed 23.01.2020

LiveBetterWithCancer 

Online support network providing products handpicked by patients/families/nurses/doctors/experts, written articles, an online community and even a podcast.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Matthew! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

Ticking Off Breast Cancer 

Practical advice for anyone with any stage of breast cancer looking for options, answers or guidance.

England
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 17.12.2019

Coppafeel 

Coppafeel is a nonprofit organisation that's goal is to ensure breast cancers are diagnosed early & correctly, providing survival stories & informative posts to educate.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks chloe! | Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Pretty 'n' Pink 

The aim of Pretty 'n' Pink is to provide financial assistance to those suffering from breast cancer and to promote education and better understanding of the illness.

Northern Ireland
Thanks Ciaran! | Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Cocktails & Cancer   

Best friends MJ & Dani team up to host a podcast where crying, laughing hysterically and enjoying a cocktail is not only allowed, it’s mandatory. Cocktails and Cancer is an honest reflection of the three years that follow a cancer diagnosis.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

Macmillan Cancer Support 

Our Online Community is a place for anyone aged over 16 and affected by cancer to share experiences, and give and get support.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Breast Cancer Now 

Hear personal stories and talks with professionals about living with and beyond breast cancer, from the UK's leading breast cancer care charity.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

BBC   

BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire kept a video diary of her treatment for breast cancer, since being diagnosed in 2015. She has decided to record the video diary in order to try and shine a light on some of the procedures and treatment for cancer.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Facebook group   

A support Community for UK based women with a confirmed diagnosis of breast cancer either current (active treatment or ongoing treatment) or as a survivor (post treatment)

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

NHS 

Details symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in women

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Eloise! | Last reviewed 06.11.2019

Cancer Support UK 

Provides telephone groups, support kits, courses, and volunteering opportunities for people suffering from cancer. Focused on people recovering from treatment.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks James! | Last reviewed 26.10.2019

SimPal 

Offering free pre-paid SIM cards for people living with cancer by providing support completely free and non means tested. Our aim is to keep those living with cancer connected during their most challenging times

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 17.12.2019

CancerIndex 

This site contains an overview of cancer resources on the Internet. It contains information for both parents and physicians.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Selene! | Last reviewed 16.02.2020

Maggies Centres 

Maggie's offers free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends. Services are both local and online.

England, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Georgie Crawford   

Georgie Crawford talks about her personal journey after a diagnosis of breast cancer, in depth conversations in health, well being, self care & lifestyle to help make a change

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

Predict Breast Cancer 

Uses data about the survival of similar women in the past to show the likely proportion of such women expected to survive up to fifteen years after their surgery with different treatment combinations

England
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 10.01.2020

Breast Cancer Haven 

One-to-one emotional, physical and practical support to anyone affected by breast cancer, including men.Across various locations in England.

England
Thanks James! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

DJ Breast Cancer 

Tina's inspirational journey through breast cancer, with episodes on diagnosis, chemo, radiation and life after cancer. A girlfriend's guide to breast cancer for those facing breast cancer or adversity. As a 5 year cancer survivor, Tina describes the challenges and beauty from a life altering diagnosis.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Breast Cancer Now 

Our telephone Helpline, website, online Forum and Information Points provide a wealth of information and support for everyone affected by breast cancer. We also provide one to one peer support through our Someone Like Me programme.
Helpline open Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm, Sat 9am to 1pm

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Kudrotey! | Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Cancer Hair Care 

Support on all aspects of hair loss, hair loss prevention and hair care, before, during and after cancer treatments. Helpline available Tuesday to Friday.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Evie B! | Last reviewed 16.02.2020

Trekstock 

Gets young adults in their 20s & 30s moving again physically, socially & psychologically after cancer has stopped them living their normal lives.

England, Wales
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

Keeping Abreast 

Provides information and advice, including support groups for those considering breast reconstruction.

England
Thanks James! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

Macmillan cancer support 

Information on how to deal with hair loss and how to select a wig. This includes guidance on how to pay for your wig and grants that may be available.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Breast Cancer Research Foundation 

A series of podcasts by an organisation dedicated exclusively to breast cancer research.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Sabina Begum! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

OWise UK 

Keep information regarding your type of breast cancer together to offer you tailored insight and support. When you jot down notes on your treatment and how you feel, it gives you back a clear, visual overview of your situation.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 10.01.2020

Breast Cancer Now 

It can be hard dealing with hair loss and sensitive skin after treatment. We've created quick and simple makeup video tutorials, with professional makeup artist Debbie Storey and women who have had treatment for breast cancer.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Cancer Care Map 

People with cancer, their friends and family can search for a service or browse the types of services available.

England
Thanks Imogen Horner! | Last reviewed 17.12.2019

Look Good Feel Better 

We organise free, two-hour, confidence boosting Workshops for all ages, skin-tone and any type of cancer, in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Each group session is hosted by qualified volunteers. Aiming to boost self esteem, they teach skills from helping to correct uneven skin tone to re-creating missing eyebrows.

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Thanks Sian Cresswell! | Last reviewed 26.10.2019

Shine 

Provides support specifically for adults in their 20s, 30s, or 40s. Local support groups and online information on practical points from managing anxiety through to dating.

England
Thanks James! | Last reviewed 05.11.2019

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