Researcher Clare Isacke and her team

In a study, funded by Breast Cancer Now, researchers found a gene that may help breast cancer spread to the brain.

9 October 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Understanding the genetics of male breast cancer

Scientists largely funded by Breast Cancer Now have discovered three new genetic changes that increase the risk of breast cancer in men, furthering our understanding of this form of the disease.

12 August 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Professor Rob Clarke

We hear from Professor Rob Clarke, a Breast Cancer Now researcher based at the University of Manchester. He shares how the work in his lab restarted after over a three-month closure due to COVID-19.

28 July 2020 Breast Cancer Now

two female researchers sitting at a desk in a laboratory

Study has suggested that immunotherapy could be effective against some cancers with changes in BRCA genes that become resistant to treatment.

22 July 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Anna, a researcher, in her lab

We hear from Dr Anna Git, a Breast Cancer Now scientist based at the University of Cambridge. She shares how her research has been put on hold after her lab closed due to COVID-19.

20 July 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Dr Natasha Malik

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

Dr Michael Jones

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

three women smiling

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

Niamh Buckley

We hear from Dr Niamh Buckley, a Breast Cancer Now Fellow based at Queen’s University Belfast. She shares how she has been working from home after her lab closed due to COVID-19.

11 June 2020 Personal story