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Comment on the association between breastfeeding and breast cancer risk

The study looked at which types of breast cancer see the greatest reduction in risk from breastfeeding compared to never breastfeeding, or breastfeeding for a short time.

Comment on adding ultrasound to routine mammography to improve breast cancer detection

The number of breast cancers detected in women with dense breasts was increased when those women who had a normal

Comment on study showing breast cancer in men has different biological characteristics and outcomes

Overall survival for male breast cancer patients is improving - but not as fast as for females with the disease, according to the results of one of the largest series of male breast cancer cases ever studied, presented today at the 2014 San Antonio

Research finds many women with triple negative breast cancer should qualify for BRCA gene testing

Research by Professor Diana Eccles and colleagues at the University of Southampton finds that many women with triple negative breast cancer should be offered BRCA gene testing. Find out more.

Giving Tuesday #givingtuesday

#GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday #givingtuesday

#GivingTuesday is a day when people across the world come together to show support for all of the fantastic work done by all kinds of good causes that are working hard to make the world a better place.

Comment on trial of breast cancer vaccine shown to slow the disease in patients

Breast Cancer Campaign comments on a trial of a breast cancer vaccine that has been shown to slow the disease in patients.

Katherine Woods, Senior Research Communications Manager at Breast Cancer Campaign, comments:

Breast Cancer Campaign hands in 11,000 strong petition to NHS England calling for urgent action to review proposed cut

Charity hands in 11,000 strong petition to NHS England calling for urgent action to review proposed cut

Breast Cancer Campaign hands in 11,000 strong petition to NHS England calling for urgent action to review proposed cut

Yesterday (Thursday 27 November) Breast Cancer Campaign handed in a petition signed by 11,000 people to NHS England. The petition calls for the health body to commit to protecting the National Cancer Peer Review Programme (NCPR), which is currently under threat.

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