Rhianwen, who was diagnosed with breast cancer this year

Rhianwen was diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, her treatment has been affected. Here is how she is coping.

5 May 2020 Personal story

Teapot pouring into a cup

Join Afternoon Tea moments from the comfort of your own home whilst raising vital funds.

3 April 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) and pressures on the NHS mean some breast clinic appointments are changing, but it's still important to tell you GP about any new breast symptom.

2 April 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Claire Myerson smiling

In this special episode, we hear from Claire, a secondary breast cancer patient who wants a better understanding of her condition in the medical field. 

1 April 2020 Personal story

David standing in front of a field of cows

In 2015, David found out he was one of approximately 370 men in the UK to develop breast cancer each year. Here, he tells us about his experience. 

1 April 2020 Personal story

bisophonates

Our Campaigns team give you an update on patient access to bisphosphonates and the impact our campaigning has had on NHS Trusts. 

31 March 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Catrin

When Catrin was diagnosed with breast cancer she felt like life had ‘derailed’. She tells us what helped her get back on track and move forward.

27 March 2020 Personal story

Anikka and her little boy

When Anikka was diagnosed, she worried about her fertility. However, she has since gone on to start a family, as well as a business that helps other women like her.

27 March 2020 Personal story

Woman using a colouring book near a window

If you don’t have a lot of opportunity to go outside, here are some tips for keeping yourself active. 

25 March 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Breast Cancer Now Facebook Live

In this episode, we speak to two of our Someone Like Me volunteers. Both of them have had breast cancer, and now give their time to others in similar situations to them. 

25 March 2020 Breast Cancer Now