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Real life stories
Looking for inspiring case study stories, delicious recipes (including some from our celebrity supporters) or a great fundraising idea for your events/news pages? Breast Cancer Care’s Strawberry Tea party campaign runs from 1 June – 31 August and we have lots of fabulous content to help publicise it.
If you’d like to find out more then please get in touch with our press team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Press releases and clinical statements
Responding to the Progress Report on the All Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer’s inquiry into older age and breast cancer, Diana Jupp, Director of Campaigns and Services at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“It is unacceptable that, in 2015, a breast cancer patient does not get the best care and treatment simply because of how old they are.
“Breast cancer risk increases with age and older women have poorer survival, so we absolutely must get this right.
Responding to Angelina Jolie’s decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care says:
“Angelina Jolie’s experience has highlighted this incredibly important issue of family history and breast cancer. Since her preventative mastectomy nearly two years ago the number of GP referrals for genetic...
Responding to Cancer Research UK today (Tuesday 17 March 2015) highlighting that obese women are 40% more likely to develop certain types of cancer than those who are slimmer, including an increased risk of breast cancer for post menopausal women, Catherine Priestley, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“This research adds to existing evidence that being obese can mean an increased risk of developing breast cancer for women after the...
Responding to the decision to keep everolimus (Afinitor) and eribulin (Halaven) on the Cancer Drugs Fund, after an appeal from Novartis and Eisai, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
Responding to the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report that the improvement of cancer services has ‘lost momentum’, Diana Jupp, Director of Services and Campaigns at Breast Cancer Care, says:
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We have a huge range of celebrity supporters, many of whom have gone on to become official patrons and ambassadors. Together they are all committed to raising awareness of Breast Cancer Care and the work that we do.