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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.
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Press releases and clinical statements
Responding to the announcement today (Wednesday 28 January 2015) that some older breast cancer patients could safely skip radiotherapy, Dr Emma Pennery CBE, Clinical Director at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“At Breast Cancer Care, we know that some older women find the prospect of radiotherapy such a burden they opt to have a mastectomy to avoid it. So this research will be hugely welcomed by many patients.
A breast cancer support charity is launching an interactive new service supporting women after they have finished breast cancer treatment.
Breast Cancer Care has found that the emotional and physical side effects of a breast cancer diagnosis can continue long after people have finished their treatment. Often at this time there is a real lack of specialist support available locally, which can leave people feeling isolated and abandoned.
Responding to a paper published in Annals of Oncology today (Tuesday 27 January) revealing that lung cancer is predicted to overtake breast cancer as the leading cause of cancer death among European women in 2015, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“It is welcome news to hear of the predicted fall of 10% in European death rates from breast cancer in women - and this trend is likely to...
Responding to the decision to remove three breast cancer drugs from the Cancer Drugs Fund, a decision that will come into effect from 12 March 2015, Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive at Breast Cancer Care, says:
“Thousands of breast cancer patients have today been denied the chance of improved quality of life and extra time with their loved-ones. This news is devastating for them.
“However, we want breast cancer...
Breast Cancer Care is encouraging supporters to lace up their boots and walk together at a Pink Ribbonwalk to help support those with breast cancer, and after a record breaking year in 2014, the walks are coming back bigger and better with two new elements to the event.
Now in its eleventh year, Breast Cancer Care are delighted to announce that Pink Ribbonwalk will be...
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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.