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

Nancy, in multi-coloured cycling gear, smiling while holding her bike aloft at Land's End

Meet some of our many £1k Challenge fundraisers who’ve shown they’re here for people living with secondary breast cancer, by raising funds for associated research, support and campaigns.

5 October 2022

The Her Spirit Lakes to London team of three women

An inspirational team of women have taken part in a ‘Lakes to London’ challenge that stretched their every nerve and sinew, as they continue to close in on their target of raising £100,000 for Breast Cancer Now.

4 October 2022

Leeanne, posing with her arms behind her head and wearing a dark pink Primark vest

Following her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, Leeanne was invited to help shape Primark’s new post-surgery bra range – before modelling the range for Primark’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.

3 October 2022

Laura, with long dark hair, sitting down wearing an elegant blue dress

Laura used some of her own experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer to write her acclaimed novel Single Bald Female.

28 September 2022

Scientist working in a lab

Researchers have identified a group of immune cells that could be targeted to develop new treatments for breast cancers that are resistant to chemotherapy.

26 September 2022


After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Nadjie resolved to continue cycling during her treatment. She tells us her inspiring story and explains how cycling can benefit everyone’s mental and physical health.

20 September 2022

Donna smiling at the camera

Married mum-of-two Donna is a Public Health volunteer for Breast Cancer Now. Here she tells us why helping others is a crucial step on her own path to recovery.

15 September 2022

Miriam, an elegant lady smiling in a light blue top and white trousers, sitting outside next to her smiling husband, Chris, wearing a turquoise shirt

After Miriam had treatment for breast cancer, she and her husband Chris decided to explore how they could both provide support to others.

14 September 2022

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

Dave’s mother was always vigilant about possible signs of cancer, which is why he went straight to the GP when he found a lump.

12 September 2022