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11th April 2021

My SBC Journey - Tina

This week's SBC & Me blog comes from Tina Bateman. 

Thank you for sharing your story with us.

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10th April 2021

Mastectomy: Patient Experiences

Nikki Hughes What was your experience of the period just prior to your mastectomy? Was everything explained to you about the type of procedure, options available and what to expect from recovery?

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8th April 2021

What Is A Mastectomy?

A mastectomy is an operation to remove all of the breast and is used to treat breast cancer in both men and women. Recovery time can take between 4-6 weeks.

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4th April 2021

My SBC Journey - Chris

Chris shares her SBC journey so far with us. 

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1st April 2021

All About HER2 Secondary Breast Cancer

In the third blog of our partnership with Make2ndsCount, we want to share reliable information surrounding the science behind HER2 positive secondary breast cancer, as well as current and future treatments available. Nearly a third of people diagnosed with earlier stages of breast cancer will develop advanced disease [1][2].

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28th March 2021

My SBC Journey - Nic

This week's SBC & Me blog comes from Nic Ingram. 

Thanks for sharing your story with us. 

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25th March 2021

Complementary Therapies Conversations: Cryotherapy

As part of Complementary Therapy Week, Kayley tells us about her experience of using cryotherapy *Disclaimer: The benefits of therapies is not yet a recognised treatment in the U.K, please speak to your specialist before using Cryotherapy. I go to cryotherapy.

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19th March 2021

Abigail Goswell Legacy

Having recently received a significant donation in memory of Abigail Goswell, we asked her sister Emma to tell us about the decision to make the donation. In October 2020 my beautiful ‘little’ sister Abigail passed away from secondary breast cancer aged just 47.

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18th March 2021

HR+ Secondary Breast Cancer

Following the first blog of our series with OWise about the science behind HR+ secondary breast cancer, in this blog, we wanted to share with you the experience from Jacqui Crewe, a secondary patient with HR+, HER- breast cancer.

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12th March 2021

Patient Testimony: MRI Scan

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a scan that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body. They can be used to examine many parts of the body.

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9th March 2021

Trials Experience: Joanna

When were you diagnosed?I was told over the phone by my GP on Friday 13th Oct 2017 that it looked like my cancer was back after I asked for some tests on rib pain. I had no idea this could be a possibility!

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7th March 2021

My SBC Journey - Kate

When were you diagnosed with SBC? Ten years ago now, de novo secondary diagnosis.

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3rd March 2021

Advanced hormone positive breast cancer

In the first blog of our series in partnership with Make 2nds Count, we want to share with you reliable information surrounding secondary breast cancer and the available treatments. Nearly a third of people diagnosed with earlier stages of breast cancer will eventually develop advanced disease [1, 2].

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2nd March 2021

Understanding and living with secondary breast cancer

OWise and Make 2nds Count are working together on an innovative series of blogs looking at the different types of secondary breast cancer and treatment available and then hearing from patients about their own experience of this incurable cancer. OWise, your personalised app for breast cancer  

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26th February 2021

Patient Testimony: CT Scan

CT scans (computer tomography/CAT) use X-rays along with a computer to create a detailed image of a portion inside the body including organs, blood vessels and bones. They are often used in cancer treatment to diagnose where metastasis are and to monitor progression of disease.

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