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PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

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: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

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.

Delivering the secondary breast cancer petition to the Cancer Minister, Jo Churchill MP.
PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

Last week, we went to Parliament to deliver our secondary breast cancer petition to the Cancer Minister, Jo Churchill MP. 

Breast Cancer Now representatives meet with Matt Hancock
PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

Last year, we launched a campaign demanding change for people affected by secondary breast cancer. We look at some of the results of the campaign so far. 

PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

Monday 4 February is international World Cancer Day. A day to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment.

Find out about the NHS Long Term Plan
PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

Find out what the NHS Long Term Plan includes, how it affects people with breast cancer, and how you can get involved with campaigning for further action.

Jo with her husband Martin
PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

Jo, who was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer aged 40, talks about the need for specialist care.

Medicine
PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

Palbociclib (Ibrance) was approved as a first-line treatment for secondary breast cancer, but when will it be made available as a second or later-line treatment?

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We are deeply concerned about a new proposal which threatens to have a devastating impact on access to vital new health treatments for...

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PUBLISHED ON: PUBLISHED: 25 May 2017 UPDATED: 8 February 2022

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.