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

Jacqui and brother Pete, smiling with their medals

Jacqui signed up to the 2022 Thames Path Challenge, joining our Breast Cancer Now team. Find out how she fundraised, and how it all went.

12 January 2023

Terry with a helmet, smiling, after RideLondon 2022

Since his wife’s diagnosis in 2018, cycling enthusiast Terry has taken on a new cycling challenge every year. We caught up with Terry to hear all about his latest event, RideLondon 2022.

12 January 2023

Dr Niamh Buckley in the lab

Around 15% of breast cancer are classed as triple negative. This form of breast cancer currently has limited targeted treatments available. So, we need to find new and effective ways to treat people diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer.

11 January 2023

Professor Qing-Jung Meng and his team

In these blogs, we explore some of the biggest topics in breast cancer research. One of those topics is how the body’s biological clock is involved in breast cancer.

7 January 2023

Ahmet Ucar

Scientists have discovered a new way to potentially improve the effectiveness of breast cancer treatment by targeting a variant of a common protein

5 January 2023

Group of scientists in the lab

To celebrate our research successes of the past year our research communications officer, Edd, picked out his favourite discoveries and explains why they are so important.


14 December 2022

Read about our meeting at the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer

14 December 2022 Brand Team

Jenny at the piano

In September, Jenny lost her friend, Victoria, to bowel cancer. Here Jenny discusses her own breast cancer diagnosis and reflects on The Big Sing for Cancer concert, which raised £36,000.

8 December 2022

In this blog, we’ll explore what the new workforce plan means for breast cancer patients and how we got there.

7 December 2022