It’s All About You

Thank you for coming to find my website. I imagine you’re here to get some support after a breast cancer diagnosis. I must apologise because at the moment I have no space for more clients but I’m trying to remedy that. I’m taking some time this summer to refocus my work and work out how to support more people.

I will be spending much of that time writing a book to share what I’ve learned during twenty four years as a breast cancer survivor and nutritional therapist. The book will provide you with a deep understanding of the links between diet, lifestyle, genes and breast cancer, allowing you to support your own recovery with diet and lifestyle, and providing guidance as to when professional support and testing may be of benefit. You can add yourself to the waiting list to be the first to know when it’s ready.

When I return to work in September it will be with a new focus: please read more about it here, and book an appointment here. Meanwhile I am happy to redirect you to alternative practitioners who will provide excellent nutritional therapy over here, and I’d like to point you in the direction of Yes to Life, an amazing charity who can help you find all kinds of spiritual, emotional and physical and indeed medical support.

To keep in touch with me please follow me on Instagram or direct questions to me using the Contact form.

Dawn Waldron | Nutritional Therapist and Nutrigenetic Counsellor
PG Cert (Personalised Nutrition), BSc(Hons), DipION, mBANT, CNHC

The plethora of books and advice out there is confusing to say the least.  Your ability to distil the latest research and give sensible practical advice on how to make changes to our diets I personally find invaluable.


I just wanted to add my voice to the admiration and encouragement for your next steps, it’s a fantastic idea and I eagerly look forward to seeing what emerges, you are such a positive, informative and supportive resource for women with breast cancer, if ever you feel that your voice is being minimised by those with narrower narratives than yours (medical modal etc) just remember the community of women and medical professionals who do believe in your vast expertise and passion… deserve an OBE for all that you have achieved and continue to offer

Katrina – Stage III breast cancer patient