The houses of parliament viewed from the river thames
PUBLISHED ON: 30 June 2021

The Policy and Campaigns team, alongside four amazing supporters living with secondary breast cancer, met with the Labour shadow health team last week for a roundtable event. 

close up of gloved hands isolating a sample
PUBLISHED ON: 18 June 2021

The pandemic has had a huge impact on breast cancer research: disruption to clinical trials, labs not working to full capacity owing to social distancing, and cuts to research funding.

PUBLISHED ON: 9 April 2021

Our 2019 report, which looked at the experiences of over 2,000 people living with secondary breast cancer, found that many were experiencing avoidable delays in diagnosis.

close up of gloved hands isolating a sample
PUBLISHED ON: 25 March 2021

Our Policy team have an update on the ongoing NICE methods and process review, and how we’re helping to ensure the system works for breast cancer drugs. 

Three women with secondary breast cancer stand together as part of the Unsurvivors campaign
PUBLISHED ON: 24 February 2021

A year ago, along with some of the incredible women involved in our secondary breast cancer campaign, we went to parliament to deliver a petition with more than 70,000 signatures to the Cancer Minister, Jo Churchill.

Nadia at her graduation
PUBLISHED ON: 7 January 2021

We look at how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting the treatment and care of breast cancer patients. 

a woman receives chemotherapy treatment in hospital
PUBLISHED ON: 17 December 2020

Last week, the Scottish Government published the ‘Recovery and Redesign: An Action Plan for Cancer Services’ which sets out the cancer recovery plan and cancer strategy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.  

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PUBLISHED ON: 26 November 2020

Since September, we’ve been calling on the UK Government to commit funding for breast cancer in the Spending Review.

Jo Churchill MP addresses parliament
PUBLISHED ON: 18 November 2020

Last week, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer (APPGBC) held a debate in Parliament to highlight the action that needs to be taken on key issues facing people affected by breast cancer.