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
The research aims to investigate how aspects of exercise are linked to making life changes in cancer survivors, with the hope that the results can increase knowledge of the role of physical activity in quality of life in cancer survivors. The University of Exeter are inviting individuals between the ages of 18-65, who have completed cancer ...more
There has been publicity in recent years about the possibility that aspirin may reduce cancer risk but a number of questions remain. Cancer Research UK is beginning a study that will hopefully answer some of those questions. Previously, an observational study done by researchers at Cardiff University and the University of Cambridge indicated that everyday use ...more
Thanks to research, breast cancer mortality rates have fallen by 10% in five years. This is due to a better understanding of the genetics of the disease, together with new drugs and surgical techniques. For example, women and their doctors now know more about the risk factors linked to breast cancer and how to reduce their ...more
When you’re having treatment for cancer, anything that makes life a bit easier can make a huge difference. As part of an initiative to improve efficiency in cancer care by focusing on what matters to patients, All.Can is calling for patients to share their perspectives. Findings from the survey will be used to inform discussions with ...more
Wear your support: Show your support for the Pink Ribbon Foundation (Reg. Charity No. 1080839) and support those living with breast cancer. This stunning crystal pink ribbon brooch is fully covered with three rows of dazzling crystals in clear (diamond), pale pink and dark pink. Length 3.5cm and width 2cm. 100% profits from the ...more
In Chemo Summer, Jane Hoggar takes the reader through a light-hearted and informative account of her discovery of breast cancer and its cure. Cancer of any description has the capacity to chill those it affects and their loved ones. But for Jane Hoggar early discovery and diagnosis provided for a satisfactory resolution. It’s these small details that ...more
Radiotherapy has been around for decades yet is constantly being developed so patients can get the most out of it. The aim of the research by University of Glasgow and The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) is to look at how precise radiation, combined with targeted drugs can help destroy cancer cells while leaving healthy ...more
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Booband to create the first in a series of virtual running races designed to get women of all ages, sizes and fitness levels active. What’s more, we receive a £2 donation from every entry received, helping us to support those with breast cancer. Create a race that best suits you! ...more
A clinical trial in the US has shown that four in ten patients with aggressive large B cell lymphoma were cancer-free 15 months after engineered immune cell treatment. The study included 108 patients who were not responding to standard treatment. This group were then given CAR T cell treatment to help boost their immune system’s ...more
The Pink Ribbon Foundation were delighted to join the Mayor of Hounslow (Sue Sampson) and guests at her charity Masquerade Christmas Ball on the 9th December. Both the Foundation and Refuge are the beneficiary charities of the Mayors fundraising efforts during 2017-2018 in a campaign that was launched at the Mayors inaugural ball in August ...more
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