Tracy in her nurses uniform
PUBLISHED ON: 21 April 2017

Nearly half of all hospitals are failing to provide specialist support for people living with secondary breast cancer. We spoke to Tracy, a secondary breast specialist cancer nurse, about the importance of providing support to women living with the condition.

An image of Mandy and her partner
PUBLISHED ON: 21 April 2017

Mandy was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer two years ago. She shares her story and explains the importance of specialist nursing support for women with secondary breast cancer.

PUBLISHED ON: 20 April 2017

When Gareth and Emma found out their best friend had incurable, secondary breast cancer, they decided to run 10k for the charity of her choice.

PUBLISHED ON: 19 April 2017

This Sunday we'll be cheering on our amazing runners at the Virgin Money London Marathon. We spoke to a few of our running champions about why they're supporting Breast Cancer Care.

Clinical Nurse Specialist Carolyn Rogers
PUBLISHED ON: 3 April 2017

Vaginal dryness is a common side effect of some breast cancer treatments, but it can be difficult to talk about. Carolyn Rogers tells us more about what causes it and what can help.

Nadjie after completing the RideTheNight cycle
PUBLISHED ON: 31 March 2017

Cycling through treatment, Nadjie found the strength to keep going. Now she's riding the Pink Ribbon Tour to support others affected by breast cancer.

Two concerned women with breast cancer
PUBLISHED ON: 24 March 2017

We are very worried that upcoming government changes to the way drugs are made available on the NHS in England may reduce access to new treatments for people both with primary and secondary breast cancer. You can add your voice as we urge NHS England to act on these concerns.

Paul at a Pink Ribbonwalk, holding a pink ribbon
PUBLISHED ON: 24 March 2017

Paul Stone is a true Pink Ribbonwalk veteran, having taking part every year for the past 10 years (often in a pink tutu). He shares his reason for walking.

nurse showing patient printed information
PUBLISHED ON: 23 March 2017

Our Head of Publishing Julia Bell introduces a new resource that could help people to understand the treatments they might be offered.

A photo of Emma and Molly
PUBLISHED ON: 9 March 2017

After being diagnosed with secondary (metastatic) breast cancer, which is incurable, Emma is focused on living life to the fullest and creating memories with her daughter.

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