Women with breast cancer may need supportive care for physical, social, psychological and spiritual needs. Their cares might need support to fulfill the carer’s role. There is a need for well-communicated and timely information about breast cancer, treatment and care during and after their breast cancer journey.
Timely and appropriate supportive care is an essential requirement for all women receiving breast cancer treatment. There is evidence that good supportive and psychosocial care leads to improved psychological wellbeing and recovery for women with breast cancer
Sharana is the support group that is here for you and your family offering practical, emotional and social support during one of the toughest moments of your life. You can talk to patient volunteers and our breast care nurses for support, help and information.
Life after cancer- group sessions
These sessions help you manage the physical, emotional and practical issues you may face after your treatment has finished through a series of group sessions each lasting for about 2 hours.
Our group sessions provide an opportunity to interact with others in a similar situation to help decrease the feelings of anxiety, isolation or fear.
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