A woman wearing sun screen

You may be concerned about the effects of hot weather during and after breast cancer treatment. Our nurse, Rachel, suggests ways to look after your skin and stay comfortable in the heat this summer.

Breast Cancer Care | 2 May 2019

Hosting a Strawberry Tea

Here's the place to pick up some great fundraising tips for your Strawberry Tea. 

Breast Cancer Care | 8 April 2013

Pink Ribbonwalk 2017

Register to volunteer at our inspiring event- the Pink Ribbonwalk. 

Breast Cancer Care | 3 April 2013

Physical activity and breast cancer

Regular physical activity can not only help you maintain a healthy weight but can also help alleviate some side effects of breast cancer treatment and reduce stress and anxiety.

Breast Cancer Care | 2 April 2013

Women getting support

A new report published today by Macmillan Cancer Support and the Department of Health has called for better support for the increasing number of people living with cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 29 March 2013

If you’re like us and wishing the current cold weather away you could bring on summer by joining up for the Ribbonride at Blenheim Palace on 12 May – the sun will surely have shown up by then!

Breast Cancer Care | 27 March 2013

A study carried out at the University of Glasgow reported that half of people given the hormone therapies tamoxifen or aromatase inhibitors stop taking the drugs or reduce their dose before their treatment is due to end.

Breast Cancer Care | 22 March 2013

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has recommended that a new drug called everolimus (Afinitor) should not be used by the NHS to treat a specific type of secondary breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Care | 21 March 2013

We're hearing that older people with breast cancer may not be receiving the level and type of support treatment and information they need as we outlined in our 2011 policy briefing.

Breast Cancer Care | 20 March 2013

The 16-year partnership between Breast Cancer Care and Asda has been truly groundbreaking. We are absolutely thrilled to announce that their campaign Tickled Pink which raises money for Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care has now raised over £30 million!

Breast Cancer Care | 19 March 2013