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Real life stories
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Press releases and clinical statements
Responding to research showing that breastfeeding can decrease your risk of breast cancer by a fifth, Jane Murphy, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Care says:
Responding to research showing the long term benefits of tamoxifen for women at high risk of breast cancer Jane Murphy, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Care says:
“It is interesting news for women with an increased risk of breast cancer that we now know taking Tamoxifen may protect them from the disease for up to 20...
In response to new research showing that 78% of people diagnosed with breast cancer will live longer than ten years, compared with 40% in the early 1970s, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care says:
“It is wonderful news that 78% of people diagnosed are now...
The majority (88%) of younger women with a breast cancer diagnosis are not being referred to a fertility clinic to discuss the possibility of freezing eggs or embryos ahead of treatment, according to new Breast Cancer Care research. ...
Yesterday NICE announced they are updating their guidance to better support GPs and other primary healthcare professionals, and ultimately improve early diagnosis rates. In response Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
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