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Vita magazine
It’s been a decade since the first issue of Vita magazine was published. We catch up with some of the people who’ve shared their stories in its pages.
Vita magazine
The spring issue of Vita – Breast Cancer Care’s quarterly magazine – is out now, packed with real life stories, healthy living articles and much
Julie Croft and Fiona Watt
Julie Croft and Fiona Watt, who both have secondary breast cancer, travelled to Lisbon to take part in an international conference.
Jackie Scully tells us why she's proud to be wearing a pink Unity Band this World Cancer Day.
Jackie Scully at a 10k race
Two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Jackie is embarking on a new challenge: training for the London Marathon.
Christmas is the season for giving. But Jackie Scully – who found a lump in her breast on Christmas Eve 2013 – says she's only just discovered what giving is about.
Amie and Linda
Amie Willcocks tells us about setting up a tribute fund in memory of her mum, Linda who died of breast cancer.
Friends having afternoon tea
After winning £100 in the Breast Cancer Care Weekly Lottery, Sarah Jessiman decided to treat three friends who’d also had breast cancer to afternoon tea.
Heather Connor was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2013. She has been working with us to promote our Bucket List campaign. Heather talks about the difficulties of living with secondary breast cancer and what she hopes the Bucket List campaign will achieve.
Jackie Scully
Jackie Scully, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2014, vividly remembers the day she started to lose her hair to chemotherapy.