and what it is
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Coping with and after secondary breast cancer treatment
Get help with the emotional issues you and your loved ones might face.
Get advice on eating healthily, keeping active, quitting smoking and managing weight loss or gain.
Find out more about different symptoms and side effects and how you can cope with them.
Some cancer treatments can change the way your body looks, works or feels. Find tips and information for feeling more like you.
Understanding what is happening and getting the right support can help you in your close relationships.
It can be hard to talk about cancer. Find ways to make it easier.
Get help with treatment decisions associated with advanced cancer, and find ways to cope with symptoms, side effects, and emotional impacts.
We can help you find practical and emotional support at the end of life and through bereavement.
Find out more about our free support line, Macmillan nurses, information services and support groups near you.
Read about different therapies that some people find helpful.
and what it is
the symptoms, causes and risk factors of secondary breast cancer
the practical, work and financial side
secondary breast cancer and what to expect
and publications to order, download and print
Order or download free, reliable information that is easy to understand. Our booklets cover signs and symptoms, diagnosis, cancer types, treatments and living with cancer.
If you're living with cancer, you will have a lot on your mind. Our information and advice about possible practical issues could help you to talk about them.
When people come to our information centres, they might need advice, support, a chat, or information. We need volunteers to be there so people know they don’t have to face cancer alone.
What's happening near you? Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you are.
Read about ways in which our Community users managed their emotions following their diagnosis. They talk about yoga, meditation and counselling.
Whether it is you or someone close to you who has been diagnosed with cancer, you’re likely to experience many emotions. Sharing your feelings can help you and others in your situation. Talk about it here.
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