Macmillan cancer support has information on how teens can about sex and cancer with their doctor or nurse. How to talk about difficult subjects is addressed, together with what sort of questions to ask and even how to address a subject that you don’t want others to know about. To get more information http://www.macmillan.org.uk/cancerinformation/teensandyoungadults/relationshipssexandfertility/talkingaboutrelationships,sexandfertility/howtotalkaboutdifficultsubjects.aspx on […]READ ARTICLE
Tips, News and Recommendations For People With Cancer. This ‘My Cancer’ section has articles from our staff, cancer patients, carers, family, friends, loved ones, and survivors. Providing tips, relevant news and advice to help your journey. If you would like to post here please see our guidelines for article submission.
Sometimes it’s not easy to get face-to-face support But you’d still like to talk with other people who’ve had a breast cancer diagnosis and understand what you’re going through. Live Chat is a private chat room provided by BREAST CANCER CARE where you can talk about whatever’s on your mind. There are usually between four and […]READ ARTICLE
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