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10 tips for living well after breast cancer treatment
PUBLISHED ON: 18 October 2017

It can be hard adapting to life after breast cancer. Here are 10 tips to help you when treatment comes to an end.   

Supporting someone with secondary breast cancer
PUBLISHED ON: 16 October 2017

Kate, who has incurable, secondary breast cancer, and her friend David tell us how their friendship helps them through difficult times.

Pink Ribbon 25 stories
PUBLISHED ON: 13 October 2017

Watch stories from some of the millions affected by breast cancer, the most common cancer in the UK.

Running in memory of my mum
PUBLISHED ON: 9 October 2017

When Dean was 16, his mum died of secondary breast cancer. Now he's raising money for Breast Cancer Care in her memory.

Breast cancer isn't understood in my community
PUBLISHED ON: 2 October 2017

Della was shocked when she was diagnosed. Now she works in Nigeria, setting up support groups to raise awareness and understanding of breast cancer.

PUBLISHED ON: 29 September 2017

Claims that ‘sugar causes breast cancer’ or ‘sugar feeds cancer cells’ have appeared a lot in the news. We look at where these stories might come from and the truth about sugar and breast cancer.

Mum’s breast cancer diagnosis changed our whole family dynamic
PUBLISHED ON: 22 September 2017

Sally Taylorson-Lavers was 27 when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. She gives 10 tips for coping when a parent has cancer.

Jackie ran the London Marathon on her wedding day
PUBLISHED ON: 18 September 2017

Jackie took up running during chemotherapy for breast cancer. In 2017 she ran the London Marathon on her wedding day.

flu jab
PUBLISHED ON: 6 September 2017

The vaccine for the flu virus is often free to those with breast cancer, or undergoing cancer treatments. Learn here if the flu jab would be appropriate for you.

Hayley sat up in a hospital bed, smilling at the camera
PUBLISHED ON: 30 August 2017

When Hayley was diagnosed with breast cancer after finding a lump accidentally while lying down, she took to social media to share her story. 

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