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Breast Cancer Now
12/02/2016 at 09:15. Facebook
17-year-old Sophie (2nd left), got students from Jo Richardson Community School involved in a 'colour run' fundraising event in July dedicated to the memory of her mum, and raising an incredible £3,195. Read her story in our latest community blog.

A burst of colour: Sophie’s powerful event for her mum

Breast Cancer Now
12/02/2016 at 06:08. Facebook
We’d like to wish everyone in our Facebook community our compliments of the Christmas and holiday season, and to say thank you all your support in 2016. No one should have to face the thought of Christmas without someone they love, and with your ongoing support to help Breast Cancer Now’s researchers, we can move from a time when people fear #breastcancer to a generation where everybody...
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Breast Cancer Now
yesterday at 09:42. Facebook
I was only 25 when I found out I had breast cancer. I’d just given birth to an amazing little boy, and my very first thought was, "Will I be around to see my son’s first Christmas?" Please give a gift today to help Breast Cancer Now’s researchers make sure that, within my son’s lifetime, #breastcancer will take its last life.

Jodi's Christmas Appeal

Breast Cancer Now
11/30/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
Watch as our supporter Fiona talks bravely about her breast cancer diagnosis, and why she thinks all women should check themselves regularly. #BreastCheckNow > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Breast Cancer Now
11/29/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
Don’t let breast cancer research stand still. Please make a donation today for #GivingTuesday, the day to do good stuff for charity, and help our scientists save lives. #MannequinChallenge > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Breast Cancer Now
11/28/2016 at 13:40. Facebook
Every 45 minutes, another woman dies from breast cancer. With your help, we can change that. If we all act now, by 2050, we believe everyone who develops the disease will live. Please do good stuff for breast cancer research on #GivingTuesday.

Giving Tuesday

Breast Cancer Now
11/27/2016 at 09:02. Facebook
Walk with us in 2017, see the beautiful sights of Great Britain, have a great time meeting new people, and do good stuff for life-saving #breastcancer research. Find out more on our website > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Breast Cancer Now
11/26/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
"I remember sitting in the doctor’s waiting room trying to decide if I should mention the dip. As I sat there with my top off, I thought back to my TV in the kitchen. There’d been something on about the TLC breast awareness campaign. It had said to be aware of changes. This was a change."

When Mandee (middle, right) was diagnosed with #breastcancer, she never expected it would lead her to new...
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I never imagined cancer could create so much laughter

Breast Cancer Now
11/25/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
We share some of the innovative research that could change the way we detect #breastcancer in the future.

7 innovative ways breast cancer could be detected in the future

I was only 25 when I found out I had breast cancer. My name’s Jodi and, like thousands of women like me, I have just one wish this Christmas: to stop #breastcancer taking women away from the people we love. Read my story, and donate to Breast Cancer Now's Christmas Appeal > [ Bit.ly Link ]
We asked Mary, who is living with #secondarybreastcancer, and Tobias, who is researching it, to tell us what a day in their life is like. Read what they told us.

Secondary breast cancer - Two sides of the story

Our supporter Maria de Lamerens recently put on a 'Kilos for a Cure' CrossFit event, with over 40 athletes competing across gyms in London, and raising over £2k! Maria blogs about her motivation to instil CrossFit 1864's gym members with desire and drive to give back to the community > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Veni. Vidi. Pinki! Huge thanks again to everyone who hosted a wear it pink day last month to support Breast Cancer Now's research. After your pink-tastic fun, you can pay in the #wearitpink money you’ve raised in a variety of ways:
How to pay-in - [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Our action plan sets out our roadmap to 2050 – the time by which we believe no one will die from #breastcancer. We’re focusing our energies on four critical areas: prevention, early detection and diagnosis, treatments and secondary breast cancer. Find out more on our website > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Today is #InternationalMensDay 2016, and we're raising awareness about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer in men. It’s important to look out for any unusual changes, and get them checked by your doctor right away. Find out more on our website.

Breast cancer in men

Right now there are life-saving breast cancer drugs available which cost just #43paday - less than the price of a postage stamp. But these drugs aren’t getting to the women who could benefit from them. Click to email your MP today, and help us call on the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, to fix the problem.

Lives being put at risk for 43p a day

Breast Cancer Now supports Alcohol Awareness Week, raising awareness about the link between alcohol and #breastcancer. How much is too much? #AAW2016 [ Bit.ly Link ]
NEWS: We respond to announcement by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) that breast cancer drug pertuzumab (Perjeta, Roche Products) can be made routinely available for patients on the NHS.

NICE to approve primary breast cancer drug Perjeta (pertuzumab)

Sarah Greene passed away in 2006, aged just 44, and all her family and friends have since grouped together to fundraise in her memory. In their fifth fundraising ride for Breast Cancer Now, a team of 50 intrepid cyclists took to the hills of Northern Spain to raise money for her Tribute Fund > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Chris Bond tells us about his experience of swimming across the English Channel for Breast Cancer Now, in memory of his incredible friend, Shaunagh, and how his battle against the waves lead him to a humbling reminder of the realities of cancer.

The gruelling experience of a Channel Swim and why I'd do it all again