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Breast Cancer Campaign only funds research into breast cancer and will support research at any centre of excellence in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

The charity has a particular interest in supporting innovative research and will fund the best breast cancer research in the UK and Ireland, providing that it is of the highest quality.

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Celebrities wear it pink for Breast Cancer Campaign

Celebrities wear it pink to look good and do good this October

Celebrities wear it pink for Breast Cancer Campaign

Some of Britain’s best loved celebrities, including Alex Jones, Rebecca Adlington, Lauren Pope, Kirstie Allsopp and Eliza Doolittle are supporting wear it pink, which takes place during Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Friday 24 October.

Comment on 'Angelina Jolie Effect' Study

Comment on 'Angelina Jolie Effect' Study

Comment on 'Angelina Jolie Effect' Study

The Breast Cancer Research journal has published a report on the 'Angelina Jolie Effect', which suggested that genetic test referrals in the UK more than doubled after it was announced that actress Angelina Jolie tested positive for the

Comment on study in Netherlands 'Effect of implementation of the mass breast cancer screening programme in older women'

The British Medical Journal yesterday published a study from the Netherlands that showed that including women over 70 in a national breast cancer screening programme did not prompt the expected sharp fall in new cases of advanced disease in this age group.

Dr Valentine Macauley and team at University of Oxford

Campaign funded researchers take first step to unlocking exciting new treatment for breast and prostate cancer

Dr Valentine Macauley and team at University of Oxford

IGF-1R is a protein that helps breast and prostate cancer cells to survive, multiply, and move throughout the body, ultimately helping the development of secondary cancers, which are treatable but not curable.

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