Breast cancer – Valerie’s story

In this video, Breast Cancer Care volunteer Valerie talks about being diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer. She talks about finding the initial lump, her experience with her consultants and why she elected to have a mastectomy. She also relates her fears of her breast cancer recurring and how the impact of the disease has stayed with her throughout her life.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video reflects Valerie’s personal understanding of her diagnosis and treatment and should not be taken as clinical advice or information. Views expressed do not represent those of Breast Cancer Care.

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Breast cancer – Nicole’s story

In this video, Breast Cancer Care volunteer Nicole talks about being diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer. She explains how she managed her working life, recalls the isolation of being a young woman with breast cancer when others being treated alongside her were all aged over 50 and how her family helped her get through weeks of daily radiotherapy. She reflects on the difficult feelings she experienced once her treatment was finished and she was dealing with the impact of her experience.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video reflects Nicole’s personal understanding of her diagnosis and treatment and should not be taken as clinical advice or information. Views expressed do not represent those of Breast Cancer Care.

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Breast cancer – Nevo’s story

In this video, Breast Cancer Care volunteer Nevo talks about being diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer. She discusses how different friends reacted to the news and explains how she and her husband deal with the fertility problems she now faces.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video reflects Nevo’s personal understanding of her diagnosis and treatment and should not be taken as clinical advice or information. Views expressed do not represent those of Breast Cancer Care.

Breast cancer – Natalie’s story

In this video, Breast Cancer Care volunteer Natalie talks about her experience of twice being diagnosed with breast cancer. She discusses how important it was to her to be open and honest with her son, and how supporting and being supported by other women with breast cancer is a continuing help.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video reflects Natalie’s personal understanding of her diagnosis and treatment and should not be taken as clinical advice or information. Views expressed do not represent those of Breast Cancer Care.