wear it pink is back

And we've had a makeover! This year, look good and do good with wear it pink.

Unlock the drugs

We have a one-off chance to change the law. Join us in this urgent campaign.

Big Pink Jump

Help us turn the sky pink this Breast Cancer Awareness Month by taking part in the Big Pink Jump!

Breast Cancer Campaign

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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London to Paris student cycle

"We'll always have Paris" - how our student supporters took on the London to Paris cycle and won

London to Paris student cycle

I have a bicycle, but by no means am I a cyclist. Over the past 9 months I’ve been responsible for looking after 85 students who decided that a 3 day, 200 mile cycle from London to Paris was for them. To even get to the start line they needed to fundraise £950. To many of them, this was as daunting a prospect as the hills that separated them and the Eifel Tower.

Asda raise £40 million for Tickled Pink campaign

Asda raises £40 million for Tickled Pink campaign

Asda raise £40 million for Tickled Pink campaign

Following 17 years of essential fundraising, we are thrilled to announce that Asda’s Tickled Pink Campaign has raised a landmark £40 million for Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care.

Comment on statins could reduce the risk of breast cancer

Research has shown that statins could be used to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer after a link between the illness and high cholesterol was found in a study of more than 1 million patients over a 14 year time period in the UK.

Comment on news that aspirin could improve breast cancer survival rate

Comment on news that aspirin could improve breast cancer survival rate

Comment on news that aspirin could improve breast cancer survival rate

News coverage today has reported that being prescribed aspirin after a breast cancer diagnosis lowered the chances of a group of women dying from breast cancer "by 58 per cent".

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