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Dr Sheeba Irshad, clinical deputy head of the Breast Cancer Now Research Unit at Kings College London, answers some common questions about the current COVID-19 vaccines and breast cancer.
11 March 2021 Breast Cancer Now
To recognise International Nurses Day and the incredible nurses working with us here at Breast Cancer Now, we spoke to them about the challenges and achievements they've faced over the last year.
7 May 2021 Breast Cancer Now
Nisha had a double mastectomy two days after her 30th birthday. Though surgery and treatment have changed her body, she is working to embrace her new image.
7 May 2021 Personal story
Last year, at the age of 25, Fran was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer. In the space of nine months, she's undergone chemotherapy, radiotherapy and brain surgery - all with a positive attitude.
6 May 2021 Breast Cancer Now
Growing up, Fran sometimes had a difficult relationship with her body. Her secondary breast cancer diagnosis tested her even further, but now she has a newfound confidence.
6 May 2021 Personal story
In collaboration with others, Breast Cancer Now has supported research into helping women make sustainable lifestyle changes in order to reduce breast cancer risk.
5 May 2021 Breast Cancer Now
Julia underwent several unexpected hospital treatments when she had breast cancer. She learned how to let herself be cared for, and how to better care for others.
30 April 2021 Personal story
Tracey was a beloved member of the Breast Cancer Now team in Cardiff. Even after she was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer, she continued helping others with the condition.
30 April 2021 Breast Cancer Now
Kate and Sarah met through a mutual friend after they were both diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018. As well as supporting one another through treatment, they also started a company that specialises in post-mastectomy lingerie.
29 April 2021 Breast Cancer Now
Have you ever wondered how scientists discover new drugs? In this blog, we explore the journey research takes from the initial questions to new drugs.
28 April 2021 Breast Cancer Now
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