Laura

Tune in to our podcast focusing on the power of storytelling and the positive impact it can have during and after breast cancer treatment.

Personal story | 4 April 2019

Aaron Muirhead

In a creative new partnership Scottish Premiership Football Club Partick Thistle aims to raise £38000 for Breast Cancer Care Scotland selling exclusive seats in its newly branded and refurbished dugouts.

Breast Cancer Care | 4 February 2014

older woman on phone

The answer to this is yes because women over the age of 70 are still at risk.

Breast Cancer Care | 3 February 2014

MP event breast cancer voices

Read about our MP event with our Breast Cancer Voices.

Breast Cancer Care | 31 January 2014

2 boys in a boat raised over £300,000 rowing the Atlantic

‘2 Boys in a Boat’  rowed the Atlantic and raised over £300,000 for us.

Breast Cancer Care | 28 January 2014

A charity today reports that older people with cancer are sometimes denied treatment on age grounds alone. This has added to our 2011 findings that older people with breast cancer don’t always get the same level of care as other patient groups.

Breast Cancer Care | 24 January 2014

When your partner is diagnosed with breast cancer your life can be turned upside-down too. It can be hard to know the right thing to say and to talk to each other about relationship and practical issues.

If you're in this situation you might find it helpful to talk to someone else who’s been there and understands what you're going through as you too come to terms with the diagnosis and try to work out how best to support your partner.

Breast Cancer Care | 24 January 2014

Breast reconstruction

There are many different procedures designed to restore your breast shape after surgery for breast cancer and various possible timings. 

Breast Cancer Care | 20 January 2014

Best-selling author Susan Lewis is hosting a lunch as part of the launch of her new novel Never Say Goodbye.

Breast Cancer Care | 15 January 2014

With children starting back at school this week teachers will be planning lessons for the terms ahead.

We hope that some with classes of 11 to 16-year-old girls will be thinking about starting to encourage breast awareness.

Breast Cancer Care | 6 January 2014