Breast cancer doesn’t discriminate. 1 in 8 women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
By supporting us today, you can help us provide hope for the future with Breast Cancer Now.
On 4 February each year we unite to support anyone affected by cancer.
Join us and support more people going through one of the most difficult times in their life.
I’d never experienced anything like this before in my profession, It’s taught me a lot about being a patient. Going through breast cancer has brought out a side of me I’m proud of. I feel a lot less afraid of things than I was before.
Sania, Junior Doctor
'I’m a person, a mother and a sister. Certain things can get pushed aside during treatment, if you let them.'
'Adjusting to a life that is different to how I had imagined is daunting. But although my future looks different, I'm adapting.'
'I'm a single mother, I'm from Lewisham, I have osteoporosis and I have breast cancer.'
On 1 April, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now are uniting so that everyone affected by breast cancer can get the very best care and support today, and hope for the future that research will discover better ways to prevent, detect and treat breast cancer.