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Do you attend one of our Living with Secondary Breast Cancer groups?

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Re: Do you attend one of our Living with Secondary Breast Cancer groups?

Hello Potter1,

 

Thank you for your reply, it is great that you would like to attend one of our groups. You can find out more about our Living with Secondary Breast Cancer groups and see if there is one in your area on our website here: https://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/in-your-area 

 

Please call our office on 0345 077 1893 and we would be happy to tell you more and register you to attend. 

 

Warm wishes,

Collette. 

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Re: Do you attend one of our Living with Secondary Breast Cancer groups?

Hi 

i have not attended one of these groups ,but would be very interested to 

how do you apply please ?

THANKS 

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Do you attend one of our Living with Secondary Breast Cancer groups?

Do you attend one of our Living with Secondary Breast Cancer groups that we run across the UK? We are looking for people who would be willing to answer a few questions about their experience of attending one of our groups to contribute towards our annual evaluation of the service and possibly be used in marketing. Our annual evaluation helps us to improve the services we offer as well as demonstrating how vital the groups are when we apply for funding. If you would be willing to share your experience by answering the below questions please email your responses to our Evaluation and Impact Manager Jenny on Jennifer.finnegan-john@breastcancercare.org.uk

 

  1. How does attending the Living with Secondary Breast Cancer service make you feel?
  2. What has changed as a result of attending? E.g. Has it made a difference to your ability to manage your condition? Has it helped with making treatment decisions or speaking to your healthcare team? 
  3. What was the value of using the service? E.g. impact on your physical, mental or psychological wellbeing? Connecting to a network of people? Providing information specific to secondary breast cancer?
  4. What has been the overall impact of the service on you and by extension, those closest to you?