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Amoena values your feedback and we want to chat with you. We’ve moved the discussion (formerly our Chat Forum) over to our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/AmoenaUK
Anytime you want to talk to us, please post your questions there! We’ll do our best to answer questions, lend a supportive ear, or share your stories.
For other active Message Boards where you can chat with breast cancer survivors, family members, and experts, we recommend these websites:
Bosom Pals is a self-help and support group for anyone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Care
Whether you’re worried about your breasts, wondering how you’ll cope with your diagnosis or treatment, or concerned about a friend, you’ll find this a welcoming community of understanding people who will offer you practical and emotional support at any time of day or night.
The forum service is provided by Breast Cancer Care, a specialist breast cancer support charity working throughout the UK.
Self-help support charity for people in the Sutton Coldfield area affected by breast cancer.
Bristol Cancer Help Centre
Offers healing and positive healthcare to people affected by cancer, by practising and teaching the holistic approach as an integral part of cancer care.
Cancer Buddies Network
Cancer Buddies Network is an online support network designed to link individuals and their family and friends together so they can share the ups and downs, laughter and tears with someone who knows how it feels. Search for your cancer buddy simply & safely on our dedicated website today!
Provides emotional support and guidance to people affected by cancer and their families and friends. Produces a range of publications on the emotional and practical aspects of living with cancer.
Cosmetic Surgery Essex
Mr Venkat Ramakrishnan MS(Eng) FRACS(Pastic Surgery) Consultant Plastic Surgeon has a special interest in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the breast, performing many microsurgical breast reconstructions. This work forms a major part of his NHS and Private Practice. He has made many presentations on the subject in national and international meetings.
The Haven aims to support the physical and emotional needs of anyone affected by breast cancer. The free Haven programme offers up-to-date information, counselling, education and complementary therapies to meet the needs of the individual before, during and after medical treatment for breast cancer. By providing support and complementary therapies, the Haven aims to help women and men affected by breast cancer to transform their lives and their sense of wellbeing.
Lymphoedema Support Network
The Lymphoedema Support Network provides information and support to people with lymphoedema, running a telephone helpline and produce a quarterly newsletter and a wide range of factsheets.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the UK. Men can also develop breast cancer, although this is rare. This group is for anyone affected by breast cancer to get together, ask questions, share experiences and support each other.
Do you think in 140-character phrases? If you’re a Twitter-er, make use of the Search box at the top of the page. Just type in “breastcancer” any time of the day or night, and you’ll see what conversations are happening. Twitter’s a worldwide discussion going on 24/7.