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Links: Breast Cancer - United Kingdom - Medical Condition


CancerBACUP provides a cancer information service offering advice, information and support and also produces a range of publications. Services are free to people with cancer, their families and friends.

Deaf Women Against Breast Cancer

Deafness is the Cinderella ‘hidden’ disability - a minority community that is oppressed and excluded daily. It appears breast cancer itself does not get the publicity women feel it should get. Both deserve and need to have their profile raised.

Frenchay Breast Cancer Clinic

The centre is part of the Frenchay Healthcare NHS Trust. This web site includes information for patients and referring doctors; there are online leaflets, details of studies / protocols, self-examination, links etc.

Macmillan Cancer Relief

Macmillan Cancer Relief provides care and support for people with cancer at every stage of their illness through Macmillan nurses, Macmillan doctors, the building of cancer units and a programme of

Marie Currie Cancer Care

Cancer is the UK's biggest killer. Every year it claims the lives of 170,000 people , with a further one million living with the disease at any one time. Marie Curie Cancer Care is working tirelessly for you and your loved-ones by challenging cancer through its work in care and research. We provide care for today for thousands of cancer patients in their own homes - and at our 10 hospices across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. And our scientists are providing hope for tomorrow by searching for a cure at the Marie Curie Research Institute.

Positive Action on Cancer

Positive Action on Cancer is a free counselling service for all people affected by breast cancer and other cancers. Although based in the West Country the service extends to many other areas. PAC offers support to anyone who may be suffering distress as a result of this traumatic disease.

The Breast Cancer Survival Trust

The Breast Cancer Survival Trust was started by a group of women in the North East who first met in November 1993 to consider the possibility of raising funds to offer small grants to women who are affected by Breast Cancer.

The Lavender Trust

the Lavender Trust raises money specifically to fund Breat Cancer Care support and information for younger women

UK Breast Cancer Awareness

For those of you who've been keeping up with the site and the diary you'll realise that this is the first time I have had a chance to update this page since June, this has been due to a lot of other work commitments (I'm an artist) over the summer. Suddenly though it is October again and Breast Cancer Awareness month - this means it's now an unbelievable four years since Marie and I first started this site.
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