Breast cancer diagnosis
There are a number of methods used for diagnosing breast cancer. Find out how breast cancer is diagnosed.
After breast cancer treatment
Many women with breast cancer will have major surgery and will usually stay in hospital for up to a week after surgery for breast cancer. Learn how to manage with breast cancer.
Breast cancer symptoms
The first symptom of breast cancer most women notice is a lump or an area of thickened tissue in their breast. Find out the symptoms of breast cancer.
Living with breast cancer
Most women with breast cancer have an operation as part of their treatment. Getting back to normal after surgery can take time. Learn how to manage with breast cancer.
Help at home and working with breast cancer
There are a number of sources of practical support and help at home available for women diagnosed with breast cancer. Learn how to get help at home when diagnosed with breast cancer.
Breast cancer often shows as a lump in the breast tissue, although most breast lumps are not cancerous. If detected early on, recovery is more likely.
Breast cancer treatment
Treatment depends on a number of variables. Find out what treatments are available for breast cancer.
Breast cancer awareness
Your risk of developing breast cancer increases with age. Here’s how to recognise symptoms and detect it early.
Breast cancer and financial support
If you have breast cancer, learn here about financial support for costs such as treatment, travel and accommodation, and childcare.
What causes breast cancer?
The causes of breast cancer are not fully understood, but some factors that are known to increase the risk. Find out more about risk factors on this page.