woman sitting on a park bench in autumn
PUBLISHED ON: 3 January 2017

We spoke to women from Glasgow about their experience after breast cancer for our What now? campaign.

An image of Jane smiling at the camera
PUBLISHED ON: 22 December 2016

Whether you have nagging questions about your breast cancer diagnosis or simply need support, the festive season can be difficult. Clinical Nurse Specialist Jane Murphy offers some tips and resources.

Stephanie, with Gary and their two sons
PUBLISHED ON: 21 December 2016

After Gary lost his wife to secondary breast cancer, he decided to set up a tribute fund as a way to remember and celebrate her life. 

two women looking at a computer screen
PUBLISHED ON: 16 December 2016

Betty gives her top tips for moving forward after breast cancer, and her 'technophobe guide' to using BECCA, the Breast Cancer Care app.

Jeremy Hunt at the Conservative party conference with Breast Cancer Care
PUBLISHED ON: 14 December 2016

With your support we've inspired MPs to take action on our 'Secondary. Not second rate.' campaign for secondary breast cancer. Find out what we've achieved so far.

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) pills
PUBLISHED ON: 7 December 2016

NICE and NHS England are proposing some changes to the way new treatments are made available on the NHS in England.

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PUBLISHED ON: 1 December 2016

David lost his wife to breast cancer aged just 30. He now works at Breast Cancer Care, helping us give the support he and his family didn't receive.

Woman having a mammogram
PUBLISHED ON: 28 November 2016

Being recalled to a breast clinic after routine breast screening can be an extremely anxious time. Breast Care Nurse Eve Smith explains what to expect.

Rachel Rawson
PUBLISHED ON: 24 November 2016

Scars are a natural part of the body's healing process but they can cause irritation and some find them unsightly, as Clinical Nurse Specialist Rachel Rawson explains. She also talks about caring for scars after breast cancer surgery.

Woman in a pink hat
PUBLISHED ON: 22 November 2016

Feeling anxious about your appearance and losing some of your confidence after breast cancer is absolutely normal. Read our top tips on how to feel comfortable in your clothes again.

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