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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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Comment On News That A Laser Test Could Be Used To Spot Breast Cancer

Scientists are developing an instant laser test for breast cancer which is carried out at the same time as a

Day Three: The Daily Telegraph Breast Cancer Q&A with Judith Potts

Day Three: The Daily Telegraph Breast Cancer Q&A with Judith Potts

Day Three: The Daily Telegraph Breast Cancer Q&A with Judith Potts

In the third video of the series, Delyth Morgan of Breast Cancer Campaign and Antonia Dean of Breast Cancer Care discuss the emotional impact on patients and their families of a breast cancer diagnosis. The Daily Telegraph's health blogger Judith Potts asks your questions, including:

Comment: NICE Draft Guidance Consultation for Intraoperative Tests for Detecting Sentinel Lymph Node Metastases In Breast Cancer

6 March 2013

Leading medical research charity Breast Cancer Campaign comments on new draft recommendations from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) for a new diagnostic test, which can be carried out at the same time as surgery to remove a breast tumour, to be used to determine whether breast cancer has spread to the lymph nodes.

Day Two: The Daily Telegraph Breast Cancer Q&A with Judith Potts

Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care have teamed up with The Daily Telegraph’s Health Blogger Judith Potts, to answer the most common question

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