PUBLISHED ON: 19 March 2014

We're holding an event to bring English-speaking Asian women together who have had treatment for breast cancer within the past two years.

Have you finished hospital treatment within the past two years (you might still be taking hormone tablets)? And do you live in North West London?

If so we need your help.

Over the past three years we've been researching the needs and experiences of women from different ethnic backgrounds after the end of hospital treatment for breast cancer in England.

Find out more about the study

 We've interviewed many women from a range of ethnic backgrounds including South Asian. People told us they felt under-represented by cancer services and sometimes had difficulties accessing services.

Please join us

We're now holding an event to bring English-speaking Asian women together who have had treatment for breast cancer within the past two years. Please join us.

Event details

Venue:
Victoria Hall
Sheepcote Road
Harrow
Middlesex HA1 2JE

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Date and time:
Thursday 27 March 2014
1-4pm

Share your ideas

We'll present some of our research findings and open up for discussion how we might develop support services for South Asian women after treatment.

The service we then set up will form part of our research study so it will be formally evaluated to see what people think about it.

If you come along to our event next Thursday it's an open invitation so you can bring friends or relatives with you and we'd like you to invite any other Asian women you know who've had treatment for breast cancer.

Come and meet other Asian women share your ideas and help us shape breast cancer services. We'll lay on refreshments and refund reasonable travel costs.

For more details please contact Charlotte on 020 7960 3498 or charlotte.tompkins@breastcancercare.org.uk