EastEnders fans have seen Dame Barbara Windsor’s character, Peggy Mitchell, has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer that has spread to her bones and brain. Secondary breast cancer can be diagnosed many years after seemingly successful treatment for tumours that remained in the breast and this storyline reflects this reality. Peggy was first treated for …Read more
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Research funded by Against Breast Cancer has been published in the latest edition of the British Journal of Cancer confirming a new blood test can detect if breast cancer has spread to other parts of the body. The test distinguished between patients with secondary breast cancer and those who remained disease free for 5 years after …Read more
Thank you to everyone who took part in the 19th Regis Classic Tour ‘BOB’ Tour visiting Berkshire, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire this year. 63 classic cars and their crews left Hilton-St Anne’s Manor at Wokingham on Saturday morning heading out on a picturesque journey through the Chiltern Hills that included Nether Winchendon House and the famous Kop Hill. The …Read more
Against Breast Cancer has joined together with three other great charities to create Giving For Futures. By uniting with SeeAbility, the National Deaf Children’s Society and the YMCA, we have formed the consortium.to enable individuals to regularly through thieir Payroll. Payroll Giving is an efficient way to donate and by working together, we can all …Read more
We first encountered the Girlguiding approach to bra recycling a short time after Isabel came across an article in Girlguiding magazine whilst on a car trip with her grandparents. The article, Isabel’s mum remembers, was about a group of Guides who were collecting bras for charity. Isabel immediately set about convincing her mum to let …Read more