Breast cancer – Nicky’s story

In this video, Nicky talks about the ways in which she told her friends and family about her diagnosis, explaining to her children using the book Mummy’s Lump from Breast Cancer Care.

She discusses her experience of chemotherapy and her ongoing radiotherapy, and recounts how hair loss affected her during treatment.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video contains the interviewee’s understanding of her own diagnosis and treatment and should not be viewed as clinical advice or information. The views in this video is that of the participant and do not represent the views of Breast Cancer Care.

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Breast cancer – Christine’s story

Christine talks about her experience of breast cancer so far, from diagnosis to the end of hospital treatment. She discusses telling family and friends about her diagnosis and treatment, losing her waist-length hair and dealing with fatigue during treatment. She also explains how she’s set up a weekly Twitter chat group for younger women with breast cancer.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video contains the interviewee’s understanding of her own diagnosis and treatment and should not be viewed as clinical advice or information. The views in this video are that of the participant and do not represent the views of Breast Cancer Care.

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Breast cancer – Anne’s story

In this video, Anne relates the difficulty she experienced telling her sons and mother about her diagnosis, the shock of losing her hair from chemotherapy, dealing with fatigue during her breast cancer treatment and returning to work.

Since her treatment ended, Anne has developed lymphoedema in her right arm. You can find out more about this condition on our website.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video contains the interviewee’s understanding of her own diagnosis and treatment and should not be viewed as clinical advice or information. The views in this video is that of the participant and do not represent the views of Breast Cancer Care.

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Breast cancer – Julie’s story

In this video, Breast Cancer Care volunteer Julie talks about being diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer. She recalls the shock of the diagnosis, discusses the benefits for her of having an immediate breast reconstruction and looks back on how she coped with chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Everyone’s experience of breast cancer is different. This video reflects Julie’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.