Mon02Oct201710:00 amTy Menai, Parc Menai, Bangor
Moving forward after breast cancer treatment
For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist
Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.
Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.
Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.
The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.
“I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”
To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.