Woman having a coronavirus jab

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

11 March 2021 Breast Cancer Now

Delyth speaking at reception

In this blog, we talk about our recent screening reception in Parliament and the next steps in our No Time to Waste campaign

15 March 2023

Headshot photo of Jim

Jim wants to get men talking about breast cancer and show men can get it too. He’s excited for an uplifting experience, donning adventurous clothing.

Jim's one of 24 models selected for The Show: an inspiring catwalk showing breast cancer can affect anyone. Read his story and find out how to watch The Show. 

14 March 2023

Read about our plan to ensure that all eligible women have equal access to breast screening, to provide the best opportunity to detect breast cancer as early as possible.

14 March 2023

Professor Clare Isacke and team standing in the lab

Our scientists have uncovered a way in which breast cancer cells ‘wake-up’ and form secondary tumours in the lungs.

13 March 2023

Two women sitting on the sofa, having tea and talking

Breast cancer screening is an important tool for early detection. But what does screening currently look like? And how could it be improved?

8 March 2023

Doctor looking at a screening image

We explore why some people struggle to access vital breast screening, and what can be done to change this.

28 February 2023

Illustration of DCIS and invasive breast cancer

Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) is an early form of breast cancer. With DCIS, cancer cells are present in the breast duct, but they can’t spread to the surrounding breast tissue.  

28 February 2023 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.

How Breast Cancer Now Voices helped researchers understand people’s perceptions and understanding of late side effects to the heart.

27 February 2023

Selfie of Marie on a hike

Marie’s taking part in The Show, our April catwalk, to show breast cancer can happen at any age and ‘there is light at the end the tunnel.’ Read her story.

24 February 2023