Clare Isacke and her team of researchers standing in the laboratory in their white labcoats

Researchers have discovered a new way to diagnose and monitor breast cancer that has spread to the tissue surrounding the brain and spinal cord.

8 April 2022 Breast Cancer Now

A team of male and female researchers working with Breast Cancer Now pose for a photo. Some are sitting on chairs, others are standing. They are all dressed smartly and smiling.

Breast Cancer Now researchers are part of the team of scientists and clinicians who have been chosen as recipients of the AACR Team Science Award.

5 April 2022 Breast Cancer Now

Dr. Anita Grigoriardis leads the cancer bioinformatics group at King's College London. She tells us about her work and how it has an impact on cancer research and treatments.

5 April 2022 Breast Cancer Now

Dr Diana Zatreanu, a young woman with light brown skin and dark hair, smiles while wearing a lab coat

Dr. Diana Zatreanu, who was involved in the discovery of a new type of drug that can treat breast cancer with changes to BRCA genes, tells us about her typical working day.

28 March 2022 Personal story

A woman in a black shirt clasps the left side of her chest with both hands

Breast Cancer Now Voices is helping researchers at the Sheffield Hallam University understand how women experience and live with breast or trunk lymphoedema after breast cancer treatment

7 March 2022 Breast Cancer Now

A woman prepares to have radiotherapy. She is laying down in a hospital gown with a female radiotherapist either side of her.

Breast Cancer Now Voices is helping researchers at University College London Hospitals to understand how receiving permanent tattoos to mark the area for radiotherapy treatment affect women.

22 February 2022 Breast Cancer Now

A researcher is shown from the shoulders down. They are wearing a white lab coat and gloves, and are handling samples at a desk.

Researchers based at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland have discovered changes in secondary breast cancer that has spread to the brain, which could make the disease vulnerable to drugs called PARP inhibitors.

16 February 2022 Breast Cancer Now

A split image, first showing Tracy - her head totally shaved - smiling with a friend. In the second image, she has a reverse mohawk and is posing with her tongue out and her hands showing the 'rock on' sign.

Tracy recently took part in the SWEET project, which hopes to build a new platform of resources for women undergoing long-term hormone therapy after breast cancer. 

16 February 2022 Personal story

close up of gloved hands isolating a sample

We report from the largest breast cancer conference in the world, the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium 2021. From cancer blood tests to new drugs, Edd, our Research Communications Officer, shares his highlights.

1 February 2022 Breast Cancer Now