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We campaign to make sure that everyone affected by breast cancer receives the best possible treatment, services, support and care.
We’re only able to do this alongside our incredible supporters taking action to create change.
It’s really easy to get involved and just a few minutes of your time could make a real difference.
How to get involved
The breast screening programme saves women’s lives from breast cancer. It’s been key to breast cancer survival rates doubling in the last 40 years. Sign our petition demanding the government fix it.
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Keep up to date with ways in which you can take action to help people affected by breast cancer.
Our Policy and Campaigns blogs
Read our blogs for the latest news on our work.
What have our campaigners achieved?
- Pushed for change for people living with secondary breast cancer
- Secured support for breast cancer services in the NHS Long Term Plan
- Made life-extending drug Perjeta available in Scotland
Find out more about our campaign wins.
Campaigning with Breast Cancer Now means I can help represent all secondary breast cancer patients, give them a voice and ensure that secondary breast cancer is kept to the forefront of drugs access, research, awareness and support.
Jen Hardy, campaigner
How we work with MPs and healthcare professionals
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer
The APPG provides a forum for MPs and Peers to discuss the most important issues affecting women and men with breast cancer.
Improving breast cancer services
We work in partnership with patients and their hospital staff to improve patient experience by giving patients a platform to voice what matters most to them.
Is your MP a Breast Cancer Now ambassador?
Find out if your MP champions breast cancer issues in their constituencies and in Parliament.
What we think
We use the voices of those affected by breast cancer to find a way to solve the challenges that exist. Our position on many topics informs our campaigning work to improve the treatment, care and experiences of those affected by breast cancer.
Our latest policy statements
Response to NICE’s consultation on their draft updated guideline: Early and Locally Advanced Breast Cancer
The Scottish Government - A consultation on the provision of specialist residential chronic pain services - response
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