Ribociclib and Palbociclib approved by NICE

NICE has approved palbociclib (Ibrance) and ribociclib (Kisqali), new drugs to treat secondary (metastatic) breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 16 November 2017

Ribociclib and Palbociclib approved by NICE

NICE has approved palbociclib (Ibrance) and ribociclib (Kisqali), new drugs to treat secondary (metastatic) breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 16 November 2017

Stu gives support to partners of women diagnosed with breast cancer

In 2015 Stu's partner Beth was diagnosed with breast cancer. Now he shares his experience with other men whose partners have been diagnosed.

Personal story | 13 November 2017

Campaigning in Westminster for better care

Eleanor, who has incurable, secondary (metastatic) breast cancer, addressed MPs about providing better care for people living with the disease.

Personal story | 9 November 2017

Sue and her daughters

After Sue's treatment ended, she found there was little support in her area, and used blogs about others’ experiences to help her family understand how she felt.

Personal story | 6 November 2017

Liz's mastectomy tattoo design

Liz and her tattoo artist give their tips on finding the right design and studio for mastectomy tattoos.

Personal story | 2 November 2017

Mastectomy tattoo artist

For some women, tattoos over their mastectomy, surgery or breast reconstruction scars can help them move forward after breast cancer. 

Breast Cancer Care | 31 October 2017

Breast cancer genetic risk

A round-up of the latest news about breast cancer research, treatments and side effects.

Breast Cancer Care | 27 October 2017

Moving Forward after breast cancer

25 years ago, Evelyn H. Lauder launched the first pink ribbon campaign. We look at how care has evolved to help like Penny move forward after breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 26 October 2017

Chemotherapy chair for breast cancer

'Three years ago today you made a shocking appearance in my life. I can't pretend that you are going to like what I have to say, but I have to get it off my chest.'

Personal story | 23 October 2017

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