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New guidelines recommend women with rare aggressive breast cancer should be offered less invasive surgery

Women with a rare type of breast cancer should be offered less invasive surgery where appropriate, according to new guidelines presented today (Friday 24 April 2015) at the

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Today is the launch of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, an iconic campaign that fuses fashion with lifesaving research.

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Comment on Angelina Jolie having further preventative surgery

Comment on the news that Angelina Jolie has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to reduce her risk of developing cancer

Comment on new analysis of UK cancer survivial

Comment following the release of new analysis of UK cancer survival by Macmillan Cancer Support

Baroness Delyth Morgan

Baroness Delyth Morgan appointed Chief Executive of UK’s leading breast cancer charity

Baroness Delyth Morgan

Announcement of the Chief Executive of the new charity ahead of our merger with Breakthrough Breast Cancer

An update on the Cancer Drugs Fund list

And update on the Cancer Drugs Fund list following changes affecting three breast cancer drugs.

Lynne Berry OBE appointed as Chair of UK's leading breast cancer charity

Lynne Berry OBE appointed as Chair of UK's leading breast cancer charity

Lynne Berry OBE appointed as Chair of UK's leading breast cancer charity

Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Campaign have appointed Lynne Berry OBE as Chair of Trustees of the new charity that will be formed by their merger on 1 April 2015.

Comment on the Breast Screening Programme in England statistics for 2013-14

Breast Cancer Campaign comments on the Breast Screening Programme in England statistics for 2013-14, which were released on Wednesday 18 February 2015 by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC).

Comment on two week waiting times for suspected breast cancer in England Q3 2014-15

The latest quarterly statistics on waiting times for suspected and diagnosed cancer patients accessing NHS services have been released today, Wednesday 18 February, by NHS England.

Mia Rosenblatt, Head of Policy and Campaigns at Breast Cancer Campaign, said:

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