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

A team of male and female researchers working with Breast Cancer Now pose for a photo. Some are sitting on chairs, others are standing. They are all dressed smartly and smiling.

Breast Cancer Now researchers are part of the team of scientists and clinicians who have been chosen as recipients of the AACR Team Science Award.

5 April 2022 Breast Cancer Now

Dr. Anita Grigoriardis leads the cancer bioinformatics group at King's College London. She tells us about her work and how it has an impact on cancer research and treatments.

5 April 2022 Breast Cancer Now

Miranda, a Black woman wearing glasses and a medical face mask, gives a thumbs up in hospital

Miranda was training for a race when she first started experiencing symptoms of secondary breast cancer. After months of thinking she just had a cough, tests confirmed her biggest worry. 

4 April 2022 Personal story

Jo, a young white woman with long brown hair, wears a hospital gown and face mask

Jo was diagnosed with breast cancer after finding a lump by chance. She tells us about her treatment, the help she received from Breast Cancer Now, and how she now hopes to help others. 

4 April 2022 Personal story

jen and clare

For 15 years, Breast Cancer Now has been campaigning for better information on those living with secondary breast cancer. We still don't have the statistics we need, but we are determined to see improvements.

30 March 2022 Breast Cancer Now

A group of women from the Women in Property group, all dressed up and posing for a photo at their fundraising event

Nic does not have any personal experience of breast cancer, so she learnt a lot when her company hosted one of Breast Cancer Now’s Public Health Talks. She shares her experience of the talk, as well as why she hopes other organisations will get involved. 

30 March 2022 Personal story

Today, Steve Brine MP tabled a ten minute rule bill on how breast screening can increase early diagnosis. In this blog we take a look at some of the issues covered by the bill and why they are so important.

As a Breast Cancer Now Ambassador and former Cancer Minister, we appreciate him raising such a vital and urgent issue in Parliament.

29 March 2022 Breast Cancer Now

Dave, an older white man with grey hair, wears a blue chequered shirt

Dave has lost several close friends and family members to breast cancer, so was quick to get himself checked when he found a lump on his chest. Now, he is keen to use his experience to educate others. 

28 March 2022 Personal story

Wendy and Clare stand opposite Big Ben and the houses of parliament by the river Thames

A decade ago, Wendy's friend, Clare, died from secondary breast cancer. She talks about how it felt to receive the news, and why she has decided to leave a gift to Breast Cancer Now in her will.

28 March 2022 Personal story