Charity warns lack of support leaves women’s sex lives “side-lined” Eight in 10 (79%) women diagnosed with breast cancer say they are unhappy with...

8 June 2018

Older women diagnosed with breast cancer in England are less likely to survive their disease than those in Belgium, Poland, Ireland and the...

7 June 2018

Immunotherapy is an exciting area of research which in recent years has resulted in effective new treatments being made available for melanoma and...

4 June 2018

A new letter by researchers at King’s College London suggests that as many as 500,000 women may have not received their final invitations to the...

25 May 2018

The breast screening workforce does not have the capacity to absorb the thousands of catch-up mammograms required following the serious failure in...

15 May 2018

Findings could allow doctors to predict resistance and lead to changes in treatment New gene editing technique used to unearth mutation linked...

10 May 2018

Welsh rock star Jules Peters, along with Emeli Sande, Tallia Storm, Gaby Roslin, Jacquie Beltrao and Donna Fraser have joined forces to support...

9 May 2018

For the many women who are living with secondary breast cancer what matters most is spending as much good quality time as they can with those they...

9 May 2018

Art for Cure will be held at the magnificent Glemham Hall, Suffolk, from Saturday 5 - Monday 7 May, from 10am-5pm. The exhibition is hoping to raise...

3 May 2018