Shonagh’s secondary breast cancer story

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Call For Case Studies: Secondary Breast Cancer

Call For Case Studies: Secondary Breast Cancer

Call For Case Studies: Secondary Breast Cancer

We know that a diagnosis of secondary breast cancer is incredibly tough and we are constantly inspired by the bravery of our supporters.

Regional Fundraising Group Beth's Pink Ladies

We Started The Group To Remember Beth

Regional Fundraising Group Beth's Pink Ladies

I first heard of Breast Cancer Campaign back in 2010. My best friend Beth had recently been diagnosed with breast cancer and we were doing some research online together, reading up on different breast cancer charities. I remember Campaign sticking out because we liked the jigsaw logo; it stood out from all the pink ribbons.

Beth died at the end of January 2013 and it wasn't long after this that I received an email from Campaign looking for Regional Groups. I remember thinking what a wonderful way to remember her, by doing something for charity in her name and in particular the charity with the cool jigsaw logo!

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Breast Cancer Campaign backs initiative to raise awareness of the value of patient data for research

Campaign backs initiative to raise awareness of the value of patient data for research

Breast Cancer Campaign backs initiative to raise awareness of the value of patient data for research

A new campaign launched today, backed by Breast Cancer Campaign and several other members of the AMRC (Association of Medical Research Charities), aims to raise awareness of the value of patient data for research.

Breast Sensation Post Double Mastectomy

Before my operation one of the things that I found it difficult to understand is what my breasts would feel like following my operation; I wanted to know how they would feel internally. Would I have any feeling or sensation and it was a question that nobody seemed to be able to answer definitively because everybody is different.

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