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

Photograph of test tubes

Researchers help clinicians select the best possible treatment for women with oestrogen receptor positive breast cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.

8 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Scientists at work in research labs

Dr Simon Vincent, Director of Research at Breast Cancer Now, shares how COVID-19 has affected Breast Cancer Now’s research.

3 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Bathroom scales and measuring tape

New research has linked weight gain from early adulthood up to 40s or 50s to a lower risk of breast cancer before the menopause.

13 March 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Microscope and scientific equipment

In this podcast, we give you a quick insight into three of our current research projects and how they impact people affected by breast cancer.

27 February 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Judy Coulson and Valeria Marotta

To recognise International Day of Women and Girls in Science and all the amazing female scientists we work with, we spoke to Professor Judy Coulson and Valeria Marotta about their work and what inspires them.

6 February 2020 Breast Cancer Now

dr rachel eyre receives her award

Dr Rachel Eyre has been awarded the 2019 Sir Antony Driver Prize, which is awarded each year to a Breast Cancer Now researcher who has shown an incredible commitment to their field of research.

3 February 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Symphony hall

New research has found that changes in abdominal fat after surgery may affect the risk of recurrence.  

29 January 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Baroness Delyth Morgan opens the UK Interdisciplinary Breast Cancer Symposium

New research has found that a new drug could reverse or even prevent resistance to hormone therapy.

27 January 2020 Breast Cancer Now