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

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium 2019

Each year we return to the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in Texas, USA, to hear about the progress in research.

20 January 2020 Breast Cancer Now

gut bacteria and breast cancer research team

More evidence is emerging that some types of bacteria can keep us healthy rather than make us ill, even when it comes to breast cancer.

17 December 2019 Breast Cancer Now

NCRI Conference

We're looking at key research themes covered at the annual National Cancer Research Institute’s (NCRI) Cancer Conference, and what they could mean for people affected by breast cancer.

6 December 2019 Breast Cancer Now

Breast cancer now researcher

New research has found a new type of can could be used to assess the effectiveness of chemotherapy given before surgery.

4 December 2019 Breast Cancer Now

Professor Jo Morris

We talk to Professor Jo Morris, one of our researchers, about her career and her studies into the BRCA1 gene.

28 November 2019 Breast Cancer Now

Rachel Eyre and Rob Clarke

New research funded by Breast Cancer Now has found that drugs used to treat arthritis could also be instrumental in preventing breast cancer from spreading to the bone.

27 November 2019 Breast Cancer Now