When were you diagnosed with secondary breast cancer? March 2016 confirmed.
Continuing on our Sunday series of educational blogs around secondary breast cancer treatments; this week we are highlighting Immunotherapy.
Have you had experience of this?
Continuing our series of blogs on treatments you may have for secondary breast cancer, this week we’re focusing on Electrochemotherapy.
Do you have experience of this treatment?
Whole Brain Radiotherapy [WBRT] is given when cancer cells from another part of the body have spread to and developed in the brain. The aim of the WBRT is to help relieve any symptoms or prevent symptoms from developing and to slow down the growth of the cancer.
Let’s find out more about Portacaths. Chemotherapy requires people to receive frequent doses of intravenous therapy over a long period; a portacath is a small piece of medical equipment that can make this procedure more comfortable for patients.
We published research in October with YouGov - 38% of the adult population in the UK don't know what secondary breast cancer is. This highlights the massive gap in awareness and education of secondary breast cancer and the work that needs done to change this.