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Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

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Re: Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

Where abouts in Manchester did you all meet up?
FurryBoots
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Re: Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

Hahaha you're a right saucy mare! It's just a regular buff. I'll think I'll have ganders on Amazon for some more. I love 'em xxx
SueCheshire
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Re: Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

Hi FurryBoots - love the name.
It was lovely to meet you too. I loved your Buff, been looking at them today. I ended up ordering one from Amazon, was the blue part an original buff or the slimline version?
Had a lovely dream last night, must have been all that sexy talk.....lol. Xx

FurryBoots
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Re: Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

It was a great day! Was lovely to meet you Sue (It's Carol here) x
SueCheshire
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Re: Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

Anyone going to the Manchester overview meeting?, I'm going xx

Lucy_BCC
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Re: Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

Bumping this up for Steph

Stephanie_BCN
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Living with Secondary Breast Cancer - Overview Day Manchester 17th April

Living with Secondary Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Care is running ‘overview of secondary breast cancer’ day in Manchester the day provide an update on available treatments, information on fatigue, details of additional support and the chance to participate in a relaxation session.
Manchester 17th April
Please see the link for a copy of the programme of the day http://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/lwsbc-overview-day-programme
Sessions will then run on a monthly basis with the chance to chat and share experiences with others with a secondary diagnosis. You’ll be able to talk openly with people who understand what it means to live with secondary breast cancer. It’s also a unique opportunity to increase your knowledge as we run longer sessions with guest expert speakers every other month. Topics include pain management, fatigue, benefits, and an ‘Ask the nurse’ session with a clinical nurse specialist.
For more information or to register for of the Overview day or the monthly meet ups contact us on 0845 077 1893 or email secondaryservices@breastcancercare.org.uk
Best wishes
Steph