Woman having a coronavirus jab

We answer some common questions about the current COVID-19 vaccines and breast cancer.

11 March 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Clare Isacke standing in her lab with her research team

New research reveals the role a molecule called Endo180 plays in breast cancer spreading and becoming incurable.

10 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Split image of Helen - first in hospital three years ago, and now, looking happy and healthy

Helen talks us through her experience of a breast cancer diagnosis, as well as the website she founded to help others going through treatment. 

10 June 2021 Personal story

Tony, an older white man with glasses and fine silver hair

A decade ago, Tony was diagnosed with breast cancer. As he approaches the end of his treatment, he speaks about how the last 10 years have affected him.

9 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Bami, a Black woman with braided hair and bright coral-coloured eyeshadow, smiles while wearing a white top

Breast cancer has been in Bami’s life ever since her mother was diagnosed. She uses her experience to make others aware of symptoms.

8 June 2021 Personal story

After over a decade of work, Breast Cancer Now-funded researchers have found a new potential treatment option for women living with BRCA mutated secondary breast cancer. New research has now revealed that a one year course of this treatment can help to reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence, and progression to secondary breast cancer, in people with early breast cancer with a change in the BRCA gene.

7 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Delyth, Breast Cancer Now's CEO

Our Chief Executive, Baroness Delyth Morgan, was interviewed on The Charity CEO Podcast.

7 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Tish, a young person with blue, yellow and purple hair

It’s National Volunteers’ Week and today we want to shine a spotlight on Tish, one of our brilliant office volunteers who has been supporting us from home during the pandemic.

7 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now

A researcher using lab equipment

New research has revealed that a one year course of a drug called a PARP inhibitor can help to reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence, and progression to secondary breast cancer, in people with early breast cancer with a change in the BRCA gene.

4 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Sue, a bucket collector for Breast Cancer Now

It’s National Volunteers’ Week and today we want to shine a spotlight on Sue, one of our incredible bucket collectors. 

2 June 2021 Breast Cancer Now