The group maintains an atmosphere of hope and extends friendliness, and you are left feeling that you are not alone.
Ruth Loft, Group Organiser
I joined the group in 1992, and can honestly say I have found it to be a lifeline, mainly because going to a meeting is like "going home" and being with family. You are among people who understand completely because they are now, or have been in the past, in the same situation.
One in nine women are diagnosed with breast cancer at some time during their lives, and a diagnosis of the disease naturally instills fear.
I have met such lovely ladies throughout all these years. Everyone says you really do meet nice people there.