What we think

Our statements, reports and consultation responses set out opportunities or challenges for those living with and beyond the disease.

We use the voices of those affected by breast cancer to be solution focused and to find a way in solving the challenges that exist. Our position on many topics informs our campaigning work to improve the treatment, care and experiences of those affected by breast cancer.

Our work in, and with, government and the NHS, ensures that the voices of those living with and affected by breast cancer are heard.

Policy position statements and reports

  Download the My body, myself: altered body image after breast cancer – a policy summary (PDF) »

  Download the 2013 The outcomes and experiences of older women with breast cancer: driving progress in the new NHS PDF »

  Download the 2011 Improving outcomes and experiences for older women with breast cancer – executive summary PDF »

  Download the 2011 Breast cancer and inequalities summary (PDF) »

  Download the 2009 Better Access Better Services BME report - executive summary PDF »

  Download the Lesbian and bisexual women and breast cancer report (PDF) »

Consultation responses

We respond to government consultations on a wide range of issues that have an impact on the lives of people affected by breast cancer.

Please take a look at some of our most recent responses.

  Download the 2014 Review Guide to the Methods of Technology Appraisals Addendum PDF »

  Download 2013 NHS Scotland - Cancer Patient Experience Quality Performance Indicators – Breast Cancer Care response PDF »

  Download the 2013 The Scottish Government - A consultation on the provision of specialist residential chronic pain services in Scotland – Breast Cancer Care response PDF »

  Download the Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care response to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer consultation on ‘Cancer across the Domains’ PDF »

  Download the o2013 Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care ONS Cancer statistics consultation response PDF »

 

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