Breast Cancer Haven is a national charity offering free emotional, physical and practical support to anyone affected by breast cancer, from its centres across the country. Read more
Get cosy this February and host a tea party to support people affected by breast cancer. Read more
Anne Skinner would be the first to admit that when she was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 2008, she never really confronted the psychological side of the illness. Read more
The Haven helped me through this confusing time and was there for me when I needed them most. Read more
Your help through the toughest times
If you can't get to one of our centres or would like some additional support, this DVD/CD can be watched in the comfort of your own home.
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Looking forward to being inspired at today's #IGVOLUNTEERS17
"I am now a walks leader for South Bank ramblers. I also lead botanical walks & give talks about wild flowers" – Sh… https://t.co/4FAwsmOFPa
Everyone reacts differently to terrible news but I remember splitting into two. One part of me left the planet and the other half went totally into practical mode. Read more
Victoria was just 32 and about to start a family when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Read more
Being diagnosed with breast cancer was the worst point in my life. Read more
Our inspirational Visitors take to the catwalk in our 6th annual Blossom Fashion Show.
We are delighted to announce that we have places available in this year's Leeds 10K Read more
Yoga both relaxes and energises the body and mind and brings vitality, flexibility, strength, concentration, self-confidence and emotional calm. Read more
Ear acupuncture can be helpful for a range of breast cancer symptoms and side-effects including hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, anxiety and depression. Read more