We need your helpLockdown may be lifting for many, but for someone with a diagnosis of breast cancer those feelings of isolation, loneliness and worry will continue long after restrictions are eased.
Being faced with a diagnosis of cancer means people are struggling with stress, anxiety and depression alongside the often gruelling physical side effects from treatment. In a recent survey of people using our services, nearly 70% felt that their emotional health had been affected by the COVID-19. So it’s vital that Breast Cancer Haven is still here for them, to give them somewhere to turn when they need it the most.
We're working tirelessly to answer hundreds of calls every week and provide vital support to help the people who need us.
But we can only do this with your help.
Please, will you give a gift now and make sure we can still be here for the people who need us the most?
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