Moving Forward volunteer Janet and her dog, Jasper
PUBLISHED ON: 21 October 2016

As a Moving Forward volunteer, Janet helps support women facing life after breast cancer treatment. She shares more about her role and what a typical day is like.

Coxless Crew row the Pacific for Breast Cancer Care
PUBLISHED ON: 18 October 2016

Our fundraisers give us incredible support. Here are 8 times our they've both surprised and inspired us.

Mother and child
PUBLISHED ON: 17 October 2016

For working parents, the half-term break means thinking ahead about childcare. But when you’re suddenly diagnosed with breast cancer, you don’t have the luxury of much forward planning time.

Vicki, who has secondary breast cancer, and her daughter
PUBLISHED ON: 12 October 2016

Vicki was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2015. She tells us about the struggle to tell her daughter, and how she copes with the uncertainty ahead.

A breast injury won't cause cancer
PUBLISHED ON: 6 October 2016

Can being hit in the breast cause cancer? Do deodorants raise your risk? Is there a link between breast cancer and bras?

image of 1 in 8
PUBLISHED ON: 3 October 2016

Although we know that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime, it can be difficult to get your head around your personal risk.

Jade and her mum who had secondary breast cancer
PUBLISHED ON: 28 September 2016

Jade, whose mum died of secondary breast cancer in 2014, explains why she believes her mum didn’t get the right care when she urgently needed it.

Three women with pink bows
PUBLISHED ON: 27 September 2016

You can hold a Big Pink anyway you like. It doesn’t matter if it’s mini, modest or massive – even the smallest bit of pink can help us make a huge difference.

An image of Jane smiling at the camera
PUBLISHED ON: 23 September 2016

Clinical Nurse Specialist Jane Murphy explains the implications of recent news stories about bisphosphonates

Orange pills
PUBLISHED ON: 23 September 2016

Clinical trials are not just about developing new drugs. They look at all aspects of patient care, from health awareness to supporting people to manage long-term conditions.


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