Drug bottle illustration
PUBLISHED ON: 29 July 2016

A new model of the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) is launched today. We give an overview of the new CDF, what it could mean for you, and what Breast Cancer Care is doing to ensure that the new model works for people with breast cancer.

Bite-sized microaction
PUBLISHED ON: 14 April 2016

Today is Microvolunteering Day when you can take a bite-sized action to support Breast Cancer Care. 

Danni Manzi
PUBLISHED ON: 10 March 2016

Danni from our Policy and Campaigns team talks about our ongoing secondary breast cancer campaign and the importance of data collection.

A young mother with breast cancer
PUBLISHED ON: 7 March 2016

A survey has shown that 1 in 10 younger women with breast cancer notice their first symptom during pregnancy or when breastfeeding.

Danni Manzi
PUBLISHED ON: 8 January 2016

2015 was such a big year for our influencing and campaigning but we want to go even bigger in 2016. We’re looking ahead and thinking about all we want to achieve this year. 

drugs
PUBLISHED ON: 17 December 2015

We want to hear what you think about the proposed changes to the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF).

PUBLISHED ON: 19 November 2015

NHS England and NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) have launched a consultation to ask for views on the future direction of the Cancer Drugs Fund in England.

drugs
PUBLISHED ON: 5 November 2015

NHS England confirms secondary breast cancer drug, Avastin, will no longer be available through the Cancer Drugs Fund.

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PUBLISHED ON: 26 October 2015

Since the launch of our ‘bucket list’ campaign in September, we’ve met with party leaders, our campaign was raised in Parliament and 600 of you sent messages to Health Ministers.

Emma holds up a card with a sign saying: '90% of people living with secondary breast cancer said they'd been in pain in the last month.'
PUBLISHED ON: 12 October 2015

Emma was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer four years ago. She shares her bucket list and explains the one thing she thinks the government could do to help people like her.