Vita blog

Vita magazine
Guest blogger | 28 June 2016
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.
Jackie after a half marathon
Jackie Scully | 21 April 2016
Jackie Scully is running the London Marathon for Breast Cancer Care. She explains why she took up running during chemotherapy.
Tony Herbert
Guest blogger | 12 April 2016
Tony, 68, was shocked to find out he had breast cancer, and that he had the BRCA2 gene.
Living in hope
Guest blogger | 08 April 2016
Ann Coxon was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in 2014. Eighteen months on, she describes her hope for the future.
Vita magazine
Guest blogger | 01 April 2016
The spring issue of Vita – Breast Cancer Care’s quarterly magazine – is out now, packed with real life stories, healthy living articles and much
Ann Coxton and daughter
Guest blogger | 07 March 2016
Ann Coxon was diagnosed with breast cancer in autumn 2014, the year before her young daughter was going to start school.
Julie Croft and Fiona Watt
Guest blogger | 15 February 2016
Julie Croft and Fiona Watt, who both have secondary breast cancer, travelled to Lisbon to take part in an international conference.
Jackie Scully | 04 February 2016
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
Jackie Scully | 05 January 2016
Two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Jackie is embarking on a new challenge: training for the London Marathon.
Jackie Scully | 14 December 2015
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.