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Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) Group

Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Who are we?

Breast Reconstruction AwarenessThe BRA group is a support group set up by the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department for women who have either previously undergone or are currently awaiting or considering breast reconstruction.

What happens at the meetings?

If you are awaiting surgery, our meetings provide a relaxed atmosphere to talk about what to expect in and around the time of admission. You will meet other women embarking on similar surgery, and those who have previously been through the experience.


"This has been extremely helpful. A lovely friendly atmosphere. The speakers were very informative and welcoming"

"Excellent and very informative. Wonderful team. Thanks!"

"Thank you. This was very helpful to me as well as giving my daughter some helpful advice."

"I found meeting someone who had gone through the op really helped me make up my mind and be prepared."

"You're doing a wonderful job to make us look and feel like whole women again - thank you."

How can I join?

If you are currently under the care of the Plastic Surgery Department for previous or upcoming breast reconstruction surgery, and would like to attend one of our meetings, we would be delighted to hear from you.

How can I donate?

You can make a donation to the BRA group by visiting:

Please make sure you state you are supporting the BRA group in the 'leave a message to the charity' box.

Thank you!

The BRA group is a fund within the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital Charitable Funds. Our aim is to raise awareness about Breast Reconstruction and to provide support for all those involved.

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