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Press releases and clinical statements
Responding to the latest NHS England Cancer Waiting Time Target figures released today, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
Responding to a study showing that younger women who are diagnosed with breast cancer and have a family history of the disease face no worse a prognosis than other women with breast cancer, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“Many younger women with breast cancer are terrified about it coming back, especially when they have seen other family members face the disease.
"This crucial study now gives clear evidence confirming that, rather than...
Responding to Lisa Royle’s post on social media of an image of her breast prior to her mastectomy, Jackie Harris, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Care, says:
"As Lisa bravely shows, signs and symptoms of breast cancer aren’t just about a lump. They can include skin dimpling, a rash or nipple discharge.
“Getting the message out...
Commenting on findings, reported in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, showing that men with naturally high levels of the female hormone oestrogen are at greater risk of developing breast cancer, Dr Emma Pennery, Clinical Director at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“We welcome any specialised research into breast cancer in men. Though in its early stages, this is a step towards understanding more about the causes of the disease.
“There are around 350 men...
Responding to the result of the general election, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“Now the results are in we look forward to working with the new Parliament to ensure every person affected by breast cancer gets the best care, information and treatment.
“The Conservative Party Manifesto included a pledge to ‘lead the world in fighting cancer’. We will be keen to hear more detail about their plans soon and how this...
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