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Two women chatting about their hair loss
PUBLISHED ON: 15 November 2016

Many people will lose some or all of their hair as a side effect of chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer.

PUBLISHED ON: 9 November 2016

Damalie is one of our Product Champions testing BECCA, the Breast Cancer Care support app. Read her top tips for moving forward after breast cancer.

Boys choir singing in a carol service
PUBLISHED ON: 7 November 2016

Join us this Christmas at our festive Carols by Candlelight. Ticket sales will help Breast Cancer Care support those with breast cancer.

Janine and her daughter in head scarves
PUBLISHED ON: 4 November 2016

Janine Brook shares her moving speech that she gave at our annual fashion show about her approach to living with a secondary breast cancer diagnosis.

Moving Forward volunteer Janet and her dog, Jasper
PUBLISHED ON: 27 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.

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