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

Fran, a young white woman with blonde hair, beams with happiness after finding out she has no evidence of disease

When Fran was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer at 25, she was determined to defy the prognosis she’d been given. After surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, she's been declared No Evidence of Disease.

30 June 2022 Personal story

Debi, a white woman with cropped hair dyed in rainbow colours

After completing treatment for primary breast cancer, Debi was told very little about the risk of developing secondaries. Then, when she did try to seek help for her symptoms, she was turned away. 

29 June 2022 Personal story

This month, the Breast Cancer Now team held an event in Parliament to launch our latest campaign, #NoTimeToWaste, which is focused on improving early and rapid diagnosis of breast cancer.

28 June 2022 Breast Cancer Now