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

Research achievements

Our CEO Delyth Morgan explains how Breast Cancer Now is working to support people affected, and why we need your help.

1 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Helpline staff

Clinical Nurse Specialist Jane Murphy answers common questions about breast cancer and the coronavirus (Covid-19).

1 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Thank you to our Volunteers

This week we’re celebrating the invaluable contribution volunteers make to our important work.

1 June 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Jen with a shaved head after chemotherapy

When Jen was diagnosed with breast cancer during her third year at university, it interrupted almost every aspect of her life. Now, she’s focusing on recovery. 

29 May 2020 Personal story

Ruth holding one of her baby grandchildren

Grandmother-of-six, Ruth, has been diagnosed with primary breast cancer three times. Recently, she also got coronavirus.

25 May 2020 Personal story

Stacey, a young woman, smiles at the camera

Stacey had already experienced leukaemia as a child, so getting breast cancer as a young adult was a big shock for her. 

21 May 2020 Personal story

Joanne smiling in front of the Sydney Opera House

Joanne was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2017, but has since had her treatment changed due to the COVID-19 crisis.

20 May 2020 Personal story

Women discussing at a secondary breast cancer event

We are calling for the needs of patients with incurable cancer to be recognised and addressed by Governments and the NHS across the UK.

20 May 2020 Breast Cancer Now

Aisling and her husband

After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Aisling found it difficult to adjust to a new pace of life. Now, she feels she's made progress.

18 May 2020 Personal story