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The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, also known as NICE, produces a range of guidance and advice to improve standards of health and social care.
It’s International Women’s Day just over a month away, on 8 March. The day can be an excellent chance to spread information about how to check your breasts regularly for signs and symptoms.
Our campaign for data on secondary breast cancer to be routinely collected by hospitals made great progress, but there’s still much to do.
Breast cancer forced Jackie to have a new perspective on life. She explains why focusing on the little things helped her move forward.
Cynthia started treatment for breast cancer on World Cancer Day three years ago.
For women with secondary breast cancer like Claire, Dawn and Vicki, their entire lives are impacted.
After making lifelong friends on Breast Cancer Care’s Forum, Karen found the support she gained was worth more than anything cancer could take away.
Breast Cancer Care's Clinical Director Dr Emma Pennery is highlighting that, despite its flaws, breast screening 'remains the most effective tool at our disposal for detecting breast cancer at the earliest possible stage.'
It’s the New Year and everywhere in the media are articles about how to look better for 2017. But for people emerging from breast cancer treatment, these stories can have a hollow ring.
Whatever your goal in 2017 – whether losing weight, getting active or taking up a challenge – use this simple technique to stay on track.
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