Being diagnosed with breast cancer changes your whole world, and your family’s too.
BCNA and Canteen recognise that a question often asked by parents is “how do I tell my children I have cancer?”. Being able to communicate openly and honestly is vital when it comes to you and your family adjusting to this new world.
You will hear from Sandy Cham, General Manager of Services at Canteen, and Vicki Durston, Director Policy and Advocacy, BCNA.
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Let’s be Upfront about managing expectations.
Let’s be Upfront about the change in perspective that often follows a breast cancer diagnosis.
Let’s be Upfront about surprises and disappointments in relationships.
Let’s be Upfront about men who are diagnosed with breast cancer.
*This article does not provide medical advice and is intended for informational purposes only.
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