Who we helpSadly, Breast Cancer claims the lives of around 12,000 women each year.
The number of women being diagnosed is rising, but the good news is that with your help, more women are surviving the disease than ever before. Learn More
A small clinical trial conduced at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Centre found that a drug that uses an antibody to target cancer cells shrank tumours in women with triple negative breast cancer that has spread. The therapy used a drug made by fusing a chemotherapy treatment to an antibody that targets Trop-2, a molecule found ...more
Many people are aware that smoking increases their risk of lung cancer, but a new study has recently found that smokers treated for breast cancer have much higher risks than non-smokers of developing lung cancer and heart attack as a result of radiotherapy. The study looked at the risk factors of 40,781 women and found ...more
Are you recovering from breast cancer? Do you feel your bra needs are not being met? Do you experience breast pain? If you answered yes to one or all of these questions please read below: The Research Group in Breast Health at the University of Portsmouth are currently running a questionnaire about bras and a potential ...more
The International Women’s Day campaign theme for 2017 is ‘Be Bold For Change’ in effort to make a more gender inclusive world. The World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap will not close entirely until 2186 and women around the world agree that this is too long to wait. By challenging stereotypes, educating youth about ...more
When a new drug enters the market, the manufactures have a patent of several years to profit from investments in research and development. The NHS allows this patent as it gives incentive for large pharmaceutical companies to invest in new advancements and therefore produce new drugs. The setback to this patent is that the pharmaceutical ...more
Over the years, the health care system has been moving towards preventative care over treatment. Taking preventative measures such as making lifestyle changes can be more beneficial and cost effective in the long run. A good example of preventative care is the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen. Since 1998, Tamoxifen has been used to treat women ...more
Buy any bottle of Rosé Champagne this February online or in-store and The Champagne Concept will donate £2 to the Pink Ribbon Foundation – to support those with a breast cancer diagnosis and their families. https://www.thechampagneconcept.co.uk/product-category/rose/ www.drinkaware.co.ukmore
Following treatment for breast cancer many women experience problems with shoulders, neck and back including lack of function, movement and strength. These issues can occur soon after treatment or develop over time. This Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Programme will guide you through exercises that have been designed to improve your posture, range of movement, shoulder and upper ...more
UK Scientists have discovered a number of genes which could play a major role in how cancer cells spread through the body. Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute found that removing one of these genes from cells in mice significantly reduced the spread of transplanted melanoma cells. Tumours that spread to other parts of the ...more
A new probe which can distinguish between healthy and cancerous tissue samples has been developed by scientists in Australia. It is hoped that the more precise technology could help remove tumours whilst sparing the healthy tissue according to a study published in the journal of Cancer Research. The new probe works by measuring levels of ...more
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