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If you would like help or support email us and we will put you in touch with someone who can help or will support you.
Make 2nds Count is the only UK based Charity dedicated only to supporting women and men living with secondary breast cancer.
They now provide support here in NI. Please see below for more information about Tea and Chat meet up or follow the link to their website.
After breast cancer diagnosis support
Cancer Focus NI is now providing support in a very tangible way. As a 'direct result of the Seen to be Heard Campaign' they have committed to fund the audit of Secondary Breast Cancer services in NI.
Thank you Cancer Focus Northern Ireland!
Breast Cancer Now is a support and research charity
In addition to the stories you can read and listen to on this site you can connect with the stories of 31 women
Pretty 'n' pink has been supporting breast cancer patients and their families for over a decade. Pretty 'n Pink was founded in 2006 by Noleen Adair and is the only registered Breast Cancer Charity in Northern Ireland. Pretty 'n Pink is run by a small team with the help of volunteers from across the province.
Action Cancer provides prevention, detection and support in Northern Ireland.
Through health promotion and improvement programmes, digital breast screening, health checks and support and therapeutic services, we help save lives and support people across NI.
"Because cancer can affect your life in so many ways, we do whatever it takes to give people the support they need."
Until recently there was no such support group for those of us living with Secondary Breast Cancer. With the support of Make2ndsCount, a charity based in Scotland, some of us meet up regularly for tea and chat and other supportive activities. Why not join us?
Our tea and chats recent included a 'Tropic' Pamper Session, Learning to Paint and making flower baskets.
We have other mechanisms of support now that we actually know others living with SBC so we also have fun social activities, and a network of WhatsApp groups where we support each other. This has become a life line and a route beyond the isolation many of us have previously felt.
We are no longer alone.