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

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