We have support and about us leaflets available to download or as hard copies.
The 2nds Support Hub aims to make it simpler for patients to find what groups and services are available online and in your region to help patients navigate life with secondary breast cancer.
If you are a patient with metastatic breast cancer, under the care of the South East of Scotland and interested in seeking advice about a clinical trial, please complete the referral form below and book a slot to speak with Vivienne, our trials nurse.
"Firstly I must say I do love chatting to you ladies, it is helping me feel not so isolated in these early days." Rachel Stewart
Thank you so very much for the wonderful gift box you very kindly sent me, it is fabulous, I was like a child at Christmas looking through all of the perfectly suited items! There has been so much thought put into these lovely presents and I appreciate mine very much." Johan Wilson
The Karen Henderson Legacy Fund has raised an incredible £31,297 to date.
Make 2nds Count is a patient and family focused charity dedicated to giving hope to women and men living with secondary breast cancer.
We strive to do this by raising awareness and funding medical research that will contribute to advancing an increased quality of life for patients. Our community programme supports patients and families affected by this incurable disease.
Secondary breast cancer, also known as metastatic, advanced or stage IV breast cancer, is a cancer that has spread beyond the breast to other parts of the body. Parts of the body affected are usually the bones, liver, lungs, brain or the skin.
Secondary breast cancer can be treated but it cannot be cured. Treatments aim to control and slow down the disease to enable patients to have the best possible quality of life for as long as possible.
Fully funded littlelift boxes specially designed for secondary breast cancer patients.
The Patient Trial Advocate service is here to help patients potentially find a clinical trial.
On our Tree of Hope we invite you to leave a dedication in honour or memory of a loved one.
As part of our series looking at different chemotherapy treatments for secondary breast cancer, Alexia Gayle shares her experience of Cyclophosphamide this week.
Next in our series covering different types of chemotherapy is Cyclophosphamide What is Cyclophosphamide? Cyclophosphamide is a type of chemotherapy drug used to treat a number of different types of cancer including breast cancer, lung cancer and leukaemia.