However you’re experiencing breast cancer, we’re here.

How can we help you?

We’re helping patients and healthcare professionals spot the signs and symptoms of secondary breast cancer.

It's important to get to know your breasts. Check your breasts regularly and see your GP if you notice any changes.

We focus on four key areas of research: risk and prevention, early detection and diagnosis, treatment and secondary breast cancer.

Supporting men with breast cancer

When you’re a man with breast cancer, it can be hard to find people who understand. That’s why there’s a space just for men on our online discussion Forum.

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Drink tea. Raise money. Change lives.

This August, thousands of amazing fundraisers will dust off their whisks, stick the kettle on, and hold an Afternoon Tea to raise money for Breast Cancer Now. Will you join us?

Your stories

The Scottish Government is currently developing a new cancer strategy – a 10 year plan to improve cancer outcomes in Scotland. The new strategy, which is due to be published next year, will cover early diagnosis, cancer incidence, treatment times and survival rates. 

23 June 2022 Breast Cancer Now

A female Asian surgeon at work

Patients, carers, healthcare professionals and researchers have come together to highlight the most pressing unanswered questions in breast cancer surgery. These questions will become the basis for new research to move forward breast cancer care and to benefit current and future patients.

23 June 2022 Breast Cancer Now

Miranda, a Black woman wearing glasses and a medical face mask, gives a thumbs up in hospital

Miranda was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer five years after being treated for primary. She tells us about how cancer experiences may be different for people in Black and/or LGBTQ+ communities.

22 June 2022 Breast Cancer Now