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07/25/2017 at 12:55. Facebook
Are you a Burt Bacharach fan? Want to win two tickets to see the show Back to Bacharach at a UK theatre near you? Name your favourite Bacharach song in the comments below to be in with a chance of winning!

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07/24/2017 at 09:24. Facebook
NEWS: Breast Cancer Now is delighted to announce three important appointments for two leading scientists at our Research Centre at the The Institute of Cancer Research, London (ICR): Nick Turner and Chris Lord.
NEWS: Breast Cancer Now is delighted to announce three important appointments for

The Breast Cancer Now Toby Robins Research Centre

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07/23/2017 at 08:30. Facebook
We're heading for Chiswick (Chiswick)
And still we stand tall
It's the final countdown...
Just 7 sleeps left until our 215 Team Now cyclists take on 100 miles in RideLondon 2017! Do share your messages of support and advice for our riders below.
We're heading for Chiswick Chiswick And still we stand tall It's the

RideLondon - one week to go!

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Breast Cancer Now
07/21/2017 at 11:21. Facebook
We want to say an énorme thank you and congratulations to all the 162 students who cycled 220 miles from London to Paris this July, supporting Breast Cancer Now, and raising more than £200,000 to date! Two wheels. Three days. The time of your life! ▸ [ Bit.ly Link ]
We want to say an énorme thank you and congratulations to all

London to Paris Student Cycle 2017

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Breast Cancer Now
07/20/2017 at 12:54. Facebook
"For wear it pink 2017, I have decided to raise money by conquering my fears." Brenda has been fundraising for Breast Cancer Now for four years, in memory of her sister who sadly died from breast cancer. She tells us what she has learnt from previous events, and her daredevil ideas for this year’s #wearitpink.
"For wear it pink 2017 I have decided to raise money by

Brenda's story | wear it pink

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Join Team Now on Sunday 8 October 2017 for the beautiful Royal Parks Half Marathon. You can sign up with us today for just £15! ▸ [ Bit.ly Link ]
Join Team Now on Sunday 8 October 2017 for the beautiful Royal

Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon

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NEWS: Dr. Will Brackenbury at the University of York has been awarded a grant worth almost £92,000 by Breast Cancer Now to investigate – using innovative neuroscience techniques – whether a change in the electrical voltage of #breastcancer cells could be helping them to spread around the body.
NEWS: Dr Will Brackenbury at the University of York has been awarded

How electrical charges help breast cancer spread

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"I’m doing it for Deb, for others like her, and for those who may face breast cancer in the future.” Ralph is cycling RideLondon for Breast Cancer Now on Sunday 30 July, in support of his wife of 42 years, Deborah, who was diagnosed with #breastcancer in January 2017.
"I’m doing it for Deb for others like her and for those

Ralph takes on RideLondon for Deborah

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Tracey Roach
“The event is completely unique; a triathlon with the non-traditional twist of obstacles at the end!" On Sunday 24 September, the Suffolk Breast Cancer Now regional group will be hosting the second ever Big BRO Race. Get the full lowdown on our website!
“The event is completely unique; a triathlon with the non traditional twist

Big BRO Race 2017

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"Chris was so supportive through the whole thing, he just held me and let me cry.” Angela, age 51, from Derby, is taking on RideLondon with her boyfriend Chris, from Cornwall, after being diagnosed with #breastcancer in 2016. Read more of their story in our blog.
"Chris was so supportive through the whole thing he just held me

Meet our RideLondon cyclists

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For the life-saving research that will stop people dying from breast cancer, we will #wearitpink on Friday 20 October 2017. Join us.
For the life saving research that will stop people dying from breast

Sign up to wear it pink

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NEWS: Dr. Robert Clarke, based at The University of Manchester, has been awarded a grant worth over £185,000 by Breast Cancer Now to investigate how #breastcancer cells are able to hibernate for years before returning elsewhere in the body.
NEWS: Dr Robert Clarke based at The University of Manchester has been

Manchester scientist awarded grant

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Julie Gibson
Amanda Pritchard
Ian is cycling 100 miles in RideLondon​ on 30 July, in support of his partner, Diane, who was diagnosed with #breastcancer in January 2017. He says: "I am exceptionally proud of how amazing she has been throughout, and how positive she has been through the cancer treatment so far.” Read more of Ian and Diane's story in our blog.
Ian is cycling 100 miles in RideLondon​ on 30 July in support

Ian takes on RideLondon for Diane

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Samantha McGimpsey
Sandra Hay Cackette
Imelda Butler
On 23 June 2017, we were delighted to welcome over 100 of our researchers to our Researcher Forum held at The Royal Society in London. The event included talks, a presentation on Breast Cancer Now's strategy, group discussions, and a look at our patient involvement work.
On 23 June 2017 we were delighted to welcome over 100 of
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We're looking for people to take part in focus groups in Manchester (11 July), Birmingham (17 July), and London (20 July). These focus groups are part of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer inquiry into the geographical variations in care and services experienced by #breastcancer patients in England.

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We're looking for people to take part in focus groups in Manchester

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NEWS: Breast Cancer Now announces the winning image from the Breast Cancer Research Image Competition 2017, in partnership with the journal Breast Cancer Research, and the results of our People's Choice - as chosen by our supporters, voting via our social media channels.
NEWS: Breast Cancer Now announces the winning image from the Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Research Image Competition

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We’d like your help with developing our health information on breast cancer treatment. We’re looking for people who aren’t already familiar with #breastcancer treatment to review some of our health information, and make sure it will be easy to understand and helpful to people who have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer. If you are interested in taking part, please email... View more »
We’d like your help with developing our health information on breast cancer

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Patricia Moss
Our eventers are cycling 2½ times around the globe this summer, including 71 awesome students who are heading off on the London to Paris Cycle for Team Now today, covering nearly 300 miles in four days. Bon courage tout le monde!
Our eventers are cycling 2½ times around the globe this summer including
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"I knew that my sister was going through something so terrible, so unimaginably awful, and I wanted to do something." Johnny started supporting Breast Cancer Now after his sister, Geraldine, was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2013. This year, he’ll be taking part in #wearitpink for the fifth time.
"I knew that my sister was going through something so terrible so

Why Johnny is wearing it pink

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Our Breast Cancer Research Image Competition looks through the eyes of scientific researchers from across the globe, and down their microscopes. This year, we'd like you to vote for your 'People's Choice'! Simply watch the gif, and comment below with the number of your favourite image. The winner will be announced on Friday.
Our Breast Cancer Research Image Competition looks through the eyes of scientific