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Rhianwen was diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, her treatment has been affected. Here is how she is coping.
5 May 2020 Personal story
Toral was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 29, six years after she supported her mum through the disease. In 2018, she was diagnosed with breast cancer again. She shares her experience as part of ghd's Take Control Now campaign.
14 July 2020 Personal story
While in lockdown during the coronavirus crisis, Jennifer decided she wanted to do something to support her friends who had been diagnosed with breast cancer.
10 July 2020 Personal story
We speak to Dr Natasha Malik is a Breast Cancer Now researcher at the University of Glasgow who volunteered to join a coronavirus testing lab when her work was paused by the pandemic.
7 July 2020 Breast Cancer Now
After breast cancer surgery, Dawn lost confidence in how she looked. An appearance on the BBC1 show, You Are What You Wear helped her to feel more accepting and positive about her body.
2 July 2020 Personal story
After being diagnosed with primary breast cancer in November last year, 41-year-old mother-of-two, Kate, opted for chemotherapy. Then it was cancelled due to COVID-19.
29 June 2020 Personal story
While a lot of lab-based research is currently on hold due to COVID-19, the Breast Cancer Now Generations Study continues.
25 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now
Shayna was just 25 years old when she found out she had triple negative breast cancer. Now, she wants other young women to know about the warning signs.
19 June 2020 Personal story
39-year-old Rachel lives with her partner and two of her three children. Due to COVID-19, her access to neratinib was cancelled for several months.
18 June 2020 Personal story
A study has found that adding two hormone measurements to a breast cancer risk prediction tool can increase its accuracy for women aged 35-50.
17 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now
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