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The number of newly diagnosed breast cancer cases has risen by a fifth in a decade, according to new analysis by Breast Cancer Care. Yet there has been no rise in breast cancer nurse posts.

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David Crosby has joined Breast Cancer Care as Director of Services and Engagement, replacing Diana Jupp who has left the charity after 19 years.

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The majority of women who have ever been diagnosed with breast cancer suffer from often debilitating side-effects due to treatment, according to new YouGov figures released today from Breast Cancer Care.

Leading support charity Breast Cancer Care has today (Tuesday 23 June) unveiled its new website, which aims to bring together and help the 570,000 people living with breast cancer in the UK. 

Brits are twice as likely to exercise rather than go to the pub, according to new research by Breast Cancer Care.

Nearly a fifth (17%) of women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer after spotting a potential symptom wait over a month before seeing their GP, equating to an estimated 6,000 women every year in the UK.

Jo Kerr joined leading support charity Breast Cancer Care this week (Monday 30 March 2015) in the new role of Assistant Director of Digital.

St David’s Cardiff has announced that Breast Cancer Care Cymru will be the official charity partner for 2015. The shopping centre will support the charity’s efforts in raising awareness and vital funds for people facing breast cancer through a variety of events during the year.

Diana Jupp, Director of Services and Campaigns, responds 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 Services and Campaigns at Breast Cancer Care, responds to the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report that the improvement of cancer services has ‘lost momentum’.