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

Charlotte, a young woman with long dark hair, wearing a white dress and veil, smiling with her suited husband on their wedding day

The sound of wedding bells had barely stopped ringing in Charlotte’s ears when she received the shocking news of her breast cancer diagnosis. 

31 October 2022

This week we launched our report Delivering real choice: the future of breast reconstruction in England. 

20 October 2022 Brand Team

Nancy, wearing a cycle helmet and a yellow top, smiling taking a selfie with a vast idyllic countryside view behind her

Nancy, who received a primary breast cancer diagnosis, cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats for the £1000 Challenge.

19 October 2022

Laura wearing an orange-pink top holding her novel up to the camera, with her pet cat in the background

A decade after her diagnosis, Laura Price found that writing her novel, Single Bald Female, not only helped her to process her grief, but also provided her legacy.

18 October 2022

Rachel sitting outside wearing an elegant pink dress

Mum Rachel was unaware that, after treatment, her breast cancer could still develop into secondary cancer.

14 October 2022

Karen, a lady with blonde hair, smiling wearing a red top

After breast cancer surgery left Karen with scars, she put the empowering lessons of an ancient Japanese art into practice and sought out the skills of a talented tattoo artist.

14 October 2022

Anne, with light brown hair, smiling

When Anne found a lump in her neck, she had no idea it could be linked to the cancer she had years earlier. 

13 October 2022

Scientist working in a lab

Researchers have discovered weaknesses in some triple negative breast cancers that could lead to new ways to treat this form of the disease.

13 October 2022

Pinder, a woman with dark hair, smiling wearing an orange top and a party crown

Pinder, who received a primary breast cancer diagnosis, walked 100km for the £1k Challenge that raises funds to help with research, support and campaigns for those affected by secondary breast cancer.

12 October 2022