Leading support charity Breast Cancer Care has today (Tuesday 23 June) unveiled its new website, which aims to bring together and help the 570,000 people living with breast cancer in the UK.
Diana Jupp, Director of Services and Campaigns at Breast Cancer Care, responds to the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report that the improvement of cancer services has ‘lost momentum’.
Welsh International Rugby star Mike Phillips has become an official ambassador for Breast Cancer Care Cymru and is encouraging cyclists to sign up to Velothon Wales 2015 to raise vital funds for the charity.
Breast Cancer Care Scotland is appealing for passionate new volunteers across Aberdeen, Inverness, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow to spread the breast awareness message encouraging women to report any unusual breast changes to their GP quickly.
Women across Manchester diagnosed with breast cancer are being encouraged to take a step in the right direction and get active with Breast Cancer Care’s Best Foot Forward Health Walks.
A breast cancer support charity is launching an interactive new service supporting women after they have finished breast cancer treatment.
Breast Cancer Care is encouraging supporters to lace up their boots and walk together at a Pink Ribbonwalk to help support those with breast cancer and after a record breaking year in 2014 the walks are coming back bigger and better with two new elements to the event.
One in six (17%) breast cancer patients calling Breast Cancer Care’s Helpline in 2014 were still struggling with the aftermath of cancer and its treatment more than two years after their diagnosis.