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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:

Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer announce new brand agency

Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer have appointed The Clearing to create the brand of the largest dedicated breast cancer charity in the UK, which they will become once their merger is complete in Spring 2015.

Comment on Oncotype DX test becoming an option on the NHS

Read our comment on the announcement that the Oncotype DX test will be made available as an option on the NHS

Comment on report forecasting 1 in 2 people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer

We comment on Cancer Research UK's report published today forecasting that 1 in 2 people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer

Have your say on the new breast cancer research charity

Have your say

Have your say on the new breast cancer research charity

In just a few months, we’ll be joining forces with the UK’s other leading breast cancer charity, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, to form one new charity. And we want our valued supporters to tell us what they think we should look and sound like.

Our response to the Cancer Drugs Fund announcement

Our response to NHS England's announced changes to the Cancer Drugs Fund today

Response to the new NHS cancer taskforce

NHS England have announced the creation of a new independent cancer taskforce (11 January 2015). The cancer taskforce has been created with the aim of saving an extra 8,000 lives over the next five years by delivering a 10 per cent increase in the number of cancer patients diagnosed early.

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