Breast cancer doesn't discriminate

Breast cancer doesn't discriminate. This World Cancer Day we're sharing Bal and Sania's stories.

Personal story | 4 February 2019

Eve had breast cancer and is also blind.

Eve’s fingers numbed due to treatment, and for six months she struggled to go about her daily life. She shares how she coped.

Personal story | 6 November 2018

Diana had a single mastectomy

Diana struggled to find a sports bra after she had a mastectomy, and asks why women aren’t encouraged to love their bodies as they are.

Personal story | 3 November 2018

Janet and her daughter

Janet was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. She talks about her ongoing treatment, and how her friends and family keeping her busy has helped her cope.

Personal story | 21 October 2018

Charlie

After one and a half years living with secondary breast cancer, Charlie sadly died earlier this year. She worked with us to tell her story.

Personal story | 19 October 2018

Katie and her sister Charlotte

After Katie’s mum and half-sister were diagnosed with breast cancer, she and her sister discovered they all had the altered BRCA2 gene.

Personal story | 18 October 2018

Hannah and her daughter Poppy

Hannah, a mum-of-one, was diagnosed straight away with incurable, secondary breast cancer almost three years ago.

Personal story | 16 October 2018

Jo with her husband Martin

Jo, who was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer aged 40, talks about the need for specialist care.

Personal story | 13 October 2018

Leanne and her sisters

Leanne’s social circle diminished when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She shares her experience and why her support network is stronger than ever.

Personal story | 11 October 2018

Kate and Susie at The Show London 2017

When Kate was diagnosed with breast cancer, her consultant gave her Susie’s number to call. They share their story of resilience, love and friendship. 

Personal story | 10 October 2018