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Doctor in laboratory

Cancer researcher and science communicator Dr Alice Howarth explains how there are useful lessons in the cancer statistics that reflect a sad reality for thousands

Personal story | 14 March 2018

tablets

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

Breast Cancer Care | 3 March 2018

Cancer Strategy for England

We look at what is in the strategy, how it affects you, and how you can get involved.

Breast Cancer Care | 23 February 2018

Support those with secondary breast cancer

Last year you helped us campaign to get vital care and support for people living with secondary breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 17 January 2018

Transgender NHS breast cancer screening report

Recent news has revealed that trans men who are registered with their GP as male will miss out on being invited to routine cancer screenings, including breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 15 January 2018

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

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

flu jab

The vaccine for the flu virus is often free to those with breast cancer, or undergoing cancer treatments. Learn here if the flu jab would be appropriate for you.

Breast Cancer Care | 6 September 2017