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We are committed to campaigning to improve the treatment, support and care of people affected by breast cancer. Our campaigning work is guided and informed by the views of people living with breast cancer.

Campaigning blog

This morning, Breast Cancer Care was at Downing Street to deliver a petition of 12,013 signatures. It calls for the UK and devolved governments to make secondary breast cancer a priority.

We know that many people living with secondary breast cancer are not getting the support and care they need. A person with secondary breast cancer is far less likely to have a clinical nurse specialist as part of their care than someone with a primary breast cancer diagnosis.

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Post date: 01 December 2014

This Tuesday saw a debate in the Westminster Parliament on secondary breast cancer, the first time it has been debated for a number of years. Tabled by Annette Brooke MP, one of the co-chairs of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer, MPs used the opportunity to raise a number of issues facing people living with secondary breast cancer. Encouragingly, the government responded during the debate, recognising the need to do more to support people with a secondary breast cancer...

Post date: 27 November 2014

Alexandra Burke will be performing at this Sunday’s eagerly anticipated football match between England Women and Germany in aid of Breast Cancer Care.

The X-Factor winner and Breast Cancer Care Ambassador will be singing the National Anthem ahead of the special ‘Breast Cancer Care International’ match. Around 55,000 people will attend the match, the same number of people are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the UK.

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Post date: 21 November 2014

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We are thrilled to announce that Breast Cancer Care won the Dove Self Esteem Award for our body image after...

Post date: 17 October 2014