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Campaign asks MEP candidates to show their support for medical research

Leading UK medical research charities and organisations are today launching a campaign to ask British MEP candidates to pledge their support for medical research as they head into the May 2014 elections.

Finding the cures, improving the care report from Breast Cancer Campaign

Breast Cancer Campaign report into standard of care for breast cancer patients

Finding the cures, improving the care report from Breast Cancer Campaign

Efforts to improve the standard of care experienced by thousands of breast cancer patients are in danger of not being delivered, Breast Cancer Campaign warns.

International Women’s Day: Celebrating and encouraging women in science

International Women’s Day: Celebrating and encouraging women in science

International Women’s Day: Celebrating and encouraging women in science

International Women’s Day gives us the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women and inspire their futures. At Breast Cancer Campaign we want more women to be able to overcome and outlive breast cancer and at the same time continue to achieve great things. Tireless research and campaigning has meant that over 80 per cent of women diagnosed with breast cancer today will be alive in five years’ time, compared to 50 per cent of women diagnosed 40 years ago.

Manchester study explores surgery for older breast cancer patients

Age is a major risk factor for breast cancer in women, with 80 per cent of breast cancer cases diagnosed in women over 50 and a third of all breast cancers diagnosed in women over 70.

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