Research round-up

We look at three projects we’re funding to help improve the lives of women with breast cancer.

Personal story | 19 September 2019

Rachel and her nieces

Rachel was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2018, and took part in a Pink Ribbon Walk to give her something to focus on during her treatment.

Personal story | 13 May 2019

Joanna was diagnosed with a faulty BRCA

| 13 May 2019

Europe’s favourite song contest is nearly here again! The fundraising team here are super excited to watch the event – are you?

It’s a great excuse to get your friends together and hold a fundraising party. There are lots of fun and exciting ways to watch the contest and help raise funds for life-saving research, life-changing support and more.  

Here are some of the team’s top tips to celebrate Eurovision: 

| 9 May 2019

Cassie and her husband

When Cassie finished breast cancer treatment in April 2018, she knew she wanted to mark the occasion by doing something different.

Personal story | 9 May 2019

Addie and Rav discuss diet and breast cancer

In our final episode of series 1 of our podcast we discuss diet, which can cause anxiety for women who are worried about their risk of breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Now | 9 May 2019

We are excited to announce the date for this year’s wear it pink will be 18 October. But firstly, we want to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who wore pink, raised money and helped us make life-saving research happen in 2018. We had a brilliant time, and hope you did too.

This year’s wear it pink is set to be better than ever. We’ve been busy planning and preparing for another amazing year for wearing pink, playing games, baking treats and helping to create a better future for all those affected by breast cancer.

| 7 May 2019

A mother talking with her child

Find our six top tools for talking to children about cancer, from books to read together, to books for children to explore themselves and an audiobook. 

Breast Cancer Now | 7 May 2019

Bonnie sitting on the floor animation still

If you haven’t seen it already, you can watch the full animation here.

| 3 May 2019

Therese and her family

Therese was working as an emergency nurse when she was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer. She shares how her diagnosis has motivated her at work.  

Personal story | 3 May 2019