This booklet explains what happens after your hospital-based treatments end. It includes information on follow-up care, being breast and body aware, This booklet is about the hormone drug anastrozole.
Skip to Content. Use the menu to see other pages. Care for people diagnosed with cancer does not end when active treatment has finished.
This growing incidence in developing countries reflects the advanced stage at diagnosis, low levels of public awareness of the risk for the disease, and poor medical infrastructure and expertise, with the resultant poor treatment outcomes. The aim of the presentations was to bring out the diverse clinical pathological and outcomes-related facts of breast cancer care available to women in several countries. As the incidence of breast cancer continues to rise steadily in the developing world, the lack of awareness of this disease and the absence of breast cancer screening programs make it almost certain that the majority of breast cancers are diagnosed at an advanced stage.
Breast Cancer Care is the only specialist UK-wide charity in the UK providing care, support and information to anyone affected by breast cancer. The charity's headquarters are in Londonwith additional offices in SheffieldCardiffand Glasgow. It is regularly quoted by media looking for the perspective of patients on breast cancer. The charity will operate using both names for about a year, when a new logo and name is expected to be introduced.
It's important to get to know your breasts. Check your breasts regularly and see your GP if you notice any changes. Find out more.
Whether you're worried about breast health and want the facts, need some support to face breast cancer, or want to reach out and talk to someonewe are here for you. Cynthia, Breast Cancer Now services user. If you have a particular concern about breast cancer or just want to talk, our specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you.
Whatever your experience of breast cancer, the Forum is here for you to ask questions and get the support you need. We are now known as Breast Cancer Now — the charity steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care, combining to do something that no other breast cancer charity in the UK has ever done. Our specialist breast care nurses are here to answer all breast cancer and breast health questions.
We also know the unshakable strength of the human spirit, the power that lies in a strong support system, and the ever-evolving possibilities of modern medicine. We know because the team of world-class breast cancer specialists at AdventHealth comes face-to-face with it every single day, treating patients and participating in hundreds of clinical trials. A concerning lump or pain can make you eager for clarity.
There are loads of ways you can get involved with the work we do. Whatever you do, you'll be helping us to continue funding the world-class research taking place in our labs, and providing life-changing care and support for those who so desperately need it. Breast cancer is the most common cancer with around 55, women and men diagnosed every year in the UK.
This includes men with breast cancer, carers and family who have their own challenges and needs through the experience. Just five years after losing her daughter to brain cancer, Lynne's life was tured updside down once again when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Read more. Michelle's diagnosis came out of nowhere.