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Our volunteers are the foundation and heart of Breast Cancer Care. Without them, we would not be able to continue to support the thousands of people affected by breast cancer who rely on us for information and support.

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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.

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5027 Breast Cancer Care is here so that no one has to face breast cancer alone.

We are the only UK-wide charity providing specialist support and...

Post date: 10 July 2014

All older breast cancer patients should have the information they need about their treatment, in the way that they wish to receive it.

This was one of the main discussion points at a high-level roundtable meeting in Westminster this week. It was held by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer (APPG BC), which brings together MPs and Peers with an interest in breast cancer issues. We were also at the meeting along with health policymakers, healthcare professionals...

Post date: 15 May 2014

Every year just over 5,000 women under the age of 45 are diagnosed with breast cancer.

To help support them, we've worked with more than 200 younger women and breast cancer specialists to develop a set of the Standards of care for younger women with breast cancer.

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Post date: 01 April 2014

Two powerful groups of MPs and peers with a special interest in breast and ovarian cancer have come together to talk about improving services for people with a family history of the cancers.

As clinical nurse specialist for family history and breast health at Breast Cancer Care, I went to the joint meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Groups on Breast Cancer and on Ovarian Cancer last week with two staff from our Policy and Campaigns team.

We listened to the discussion and...

Post date: 05 February 2014