Breast Cancer Care has unveiled its new website, which aims to bring together and help the 570,000 people living with breast cancer in the UK.
The charity worked with digital agencies Torchbox and NDP (New Digital Partnership), using feedback from existing website users to ensure the new site provides tailored and high quality support for those affected by the disease.
The site has the ability to share pages via social media and email for the first time, empowering those affected to share and receive the most up-to-date information. It is also easier to access via mobile and tablet.
Jo Kerr, Assistant Director of Digital at Breast Cancer Care, says: “We are thrilled to be launching our refreshed website after working with Torchbox and NDP. Every ten minutes in the UK someone is diagnosed with breast cancer, a diagnosis can be overwhelming and incredibly distressing. When we bring people affected together, it gives them strength and confidence. Our website and forums provide an invaluable support and information network as they face diagnosis and treatment.”
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