Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 our centres are temporarily closed. 

We are committed to continue to give you the support you need during this time. We have adapted our programme and continue to provide care over the phone or virtually to anyone who needs us. Please contact your local centre to arrange an appointment. 

You can also access our online resources which include self-help films and audio.

We will continue to review the situation and will reopen as soon as we safely can. 

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We are aware that you may concerns about the coronavirus and its possible impact on you as someone who has been diagnosed and treated for breast cancer.

We are also aware that the NHS may be having to change the way that breast cancer is being treated, either by delaying some non-urgent treatments or altering treatment pathways to help reduce your risk of getting the coronavirus. You may have received a text message from the NHS telling you to stay home if you are in a higher risk category.

We want you to know that our professional teams are here to speak to you at this difficult time and give you the support you need. Please call us on 0300 012 0112 to speak to someone.

Who is at risk?

Some people with breast cancer are more at risk of becoming seriously ill if they contract coronavirus. These include:

    • People having chemotherapy, or who have received chemotherapy in the last three months
    • People having immunotherapy or continuing antibody treatments for cancer
    • People having targeted cancer treatments which can affect the immune system

If you're affected by breast cancer and concerned about the risk of coronavirus, talk to your hospital cancer team. Equally, please call us on 0300 012 0112 if you have any concerns.

One Cancer Voice have produced some guidance about coronavirus for people with cancer. This includes some frequently asked questions and answers about coronavirus. One Cancer Voice is a group of cancer charities working together to give consistent advice and information. 

Read the One voice advice on coronavirus for people with cancer here.

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