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Some say cancer is a team sport, so making sure you have a good support network around you is vital. Sharing knowledge and unbiased advice can be extremely valuable. And when is comes to exercise, working out together can built motivation, make you more accountable, share experiences, and most importantly, have fun! 






Support when you need it

At Get Me Back we understand the emotional rollercoaster of recovery after cancer. When treatment ends, it can leave you feeling lost.


Through this community we aim to offer positive support in building back routine, helping you regain control of your body and tackling life after a cancer diagnosis.


We don't underestimate the importance of having a good support network to help you keep motivated and stay positive, especially on those tough days. 

Sarah Newman cancer and exercise
Cancer community

How to to be part of our community

Become a member for more...
  • ​Access to a members forum where you can post your own messages, ask questions, offer support to others as well as receiving support yourself.​

  • Fortnightly 'check-in' clinics with Sarah, in a safe space to ask questions, meet other women who understand and share your experiences. 

  • Ask questions to out experts with regular Q&A sessions on nutrition, fitness and much more

LIVE with Dr Liz O'Riordan

LIVE with Dr Liz O'Riordan

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Check out these interviews with Dr Liz O'Riordan, RadChat and Professor Anna Campbell.

Expert discussions

Sarah has interviewed some key faces in cancer to help educate and advise on some important topics, especially when it comes to exercise.


Check out the latest interviews here or follow @getmeback on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

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  • Facebook
  • YouTube

Upcoming chats

Keep an eye out for details of upcoming discussions LIVE on Instagram on topics of interest.

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