Our new Spring 2023 newsletter, Together, is available to read now, with many inspiring stories from our supporters, ways that you can join them in supporting the charity and how your money is investing in ground-breaking research.
You can view the full issue below:
These are just some of the highlights from the new edition:
After losing multiple female family members to cancer, doctors concluded that Felicity had a much higher risk of developing breast cancer despite not carrying any known hereditary gene mutations. She explains why she chose to undergo a prophylactic mastectomy to reduce her risk of suffering the same fate.
Investing in education underpins our research. Part of our research strategy involves developing young scientists who perform innovative research into increasing survival rates after a breast cancer diagnosis.
We spoke to two rising stars in our research team to find out what attracted them to careers in research.
Craig is taking on not one but a whole year of challenges throughout 2023 in support of his nearest and dearest. Craig and his son Bradley will be trekking, walking and kayaking their way across deserts, mountains and lakes both at home and overseas. Craig shares his story with us.
Nathan Cooper, Content Controller at Bucks Radio, says he is delighted to continue to support Against Breast Cancer with Bucks Radio, having worked for a previous radio station that supported us with our bra recycling.
We wish we could include every event, challenge or partnership in our newsletter but it would be 100s of pages long! To keep up with everything that’s going on please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for all the current news.
The previous edition of Together can also be viewed here.