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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.

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Breast Cancer Campaign-funded research looks at the effects of breast cancer on fertility in young, single women

Breast Cancer Campaign-funded research looks at the effects of breast cancer on fertility in young, single women

Breast Cancer Campaign-funded research looks at the effects of breast cancer on fertility in young, single women

Professor Ros Corney at the University of Greenwich has been funded by Breast Cancer Campaign to study the issues faced by young women with breast cancer who haven’t had children - an area in which there has previously been very few studies.

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Breast Cancer Campaign comment on Kadcyla license announcement

Pharmaceutical company, Roche, has announced the license of a new type of breast cancer drug, Kadcyla, which has been shown to prolong the life expectancy and quality of life of women with advanced HER2-positive breast cancer.

Kadcyla is an antibody-drug conjugate (ADC), the first of its kind in breast cancer, which can deliver chemotherapy straight to the cancer cells. This means smaller amounts are needed and less collateral damage of surrounding cells is caused.

Regional Fundraising Group Beth's Pink Ladies

“I love what Beth's Pink Ladies do and I love all the get-togethers we have”

Regional Fundraising Group Beth's Pink Ladies

I had just lost one of my oldest friends, Beth, to this horrible disease. When Liz told me about starting a group, it felt right to do something really worthwhile to honour Beth.

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Pancreatic Cancer Action

Response to Pancreatic Cancer Action's new advertising campaign: It is not a competition

Pancreatic Cancer Action

Yesterday I, like many, was shocked and saddened to be faced by an advert with the slogan “I wish I had breast cancer”. Part of a campaign by Pancreatic Cancer Action, the aim was to highlight the poor survival rates of pancreatic cancer.

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