Aylesbury Vale Breast Cancer Sufferers Offered New Group
11:13am 11th July 2011
(Updated 11:14am 11th July 2011)
A new group starts in Tring tonight to offer help and support to victims of breast cancer.
Bosom Buddies will help women share experiences and get through their illness together.
Co-founder Tracey Norris told mix96, support is also needed after treatment of the cancer is finished: "You tend to be as brave as you can - but sometimes what happens is that you bury your emotions - so much so, that they come out again afterwards."
Tracey added "the group will help women share advice; it may well be, how have you managed with the children? How have you managed to explain to the children what has happened to Mummy?
One person in the group may have discovered that, and then we can see how we could share that with someone."
Bosom Buddies has it's first meeting tonight at 7pm- at the Orchard Children's Centre, Dundale Primary School, Silk Mill Way, Tring, HP23 4DJ
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