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We work closely with all media, so if you are doing a story on any aspect of breast cancer care or support, we’re here to help. We can put you in touch with people with breast cancer who would be happy to share their story, as well as expert Breast Cancer Care spokespeople for comment. We also provide stats, facts and other resources to help you. Journalists and anyone wishing to become a media volunteer only, please contact us on:

Office hours: 0345 092 0807
Out of hours: 07702 901 334
ISDN (APTX G722): 0345 092 0812 or 020 7928 6265
Any other enquiries  including fundraising please contact reception: 0345 092 0800

Real life stories

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If you’d like to find out more then please get in touch with our press team at press@breastcancercare.org.uk

Press releases and clinical statements

In response to figures released, which show the number of specialist adult cancer nurses in England has reached an all-time high, Diana Jupp, Director of Services and Campaigns at Breast Cancer Care says:


Post date: 21 October 2014

Commenting on the report from the World Cancer Research Fund into how lifestyle can impact on the chance of breast cancer recurrence, Dr Emma Pennery, Clinical Director at Breast Cancer Care, said:

“From speaking to women with breast cancer every day, we know that one of their biggest fears is the cancer coming back or spreading. They want to know what they can do to improve their chances of surviving.

“This report adds to an increasing body of...

Post date: 16 October 2014

Today the Scottish Medicine Consortium has made the decision not to recommend secondary breast cancer drug Kadcyla for use within NHS Scotland. Nicolas White, Head of Breast Cancer Care Scotland says:


Post date: 13 October 2014

Monday 13 October 2014

Majority of secondary breast cancer patients needlessly suffering from pain 

The majority (90%) of people living with secondary breast cancer are experiencing physical pain[1], according to a new survey by Breast Cancer Care. Potentially affecting an estimated 32,400[2] people.

The poll of more than 200 people living with a secondary...

Post date: 13 October 2014