The results of 2 international studies were published recently providing new insights into the inherited / family risk of breast cancer. DNA samples from hundreds of thousands of people worldwide, including some of those collected through our DietCompLyf Study, were analysed to compare the genes of women with and without breast cancer. This work may …Read more
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The Against Breast Cancer Achievement Awards were held on 7th September at the multi-award winning Hilton in Reading. Celebrating the successes and achievements of people both young and old who have demonstrated a passion and a commitment to helping others either in the home, community or workplace, we were delighted to meet and celebrate with …Read more
We are proud to announce that our Research Fellow, Max Crispin, has been granted a Professorship at the prestigious University of Southampton, a leading centre of cancer research, where he will continue work funded by the charity to develop new treatments against secondary breast cancer. Professor Crispin, who will be an Associate Member of the …Read more
The 1st Biochemical Society and Against Breast Cancer Glyco Oncology Workshop took place in April at the historic New College, Oxford where international scientists convened to discuss glycobiology. This is a relatively new field of research that has been slow to attract the attention of the wider scientific community and funding bodies, despite increasing recognition …Read more
Bradley Lowery is a five year old boy who’s been fighting neuroblastoma for more than half of his short life. You may have read his story, heard about him on the radio or maybe even seen him on television leading out the England football team hand in hand with his hero, Sunderland striker Jermaine Dafoe. …Read more