Antibodies engineered to carry anti-cancer drugs are increasingly being used to treat a variety of diseases, including breast cancer, and future treatment might not only be used at lower doses, but also have reduced side effects too. Researchers at the University of Oxford have demonstrated in the laboratory that destruction of cancer cells can be …Read more
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When the staff of Her Majesty’s Prison Foston Hall contacted us about holding a fundraising event, we were delighted to be able to support their initiatives by providing them with items to sell. What we didn’t know at the time was that alongside our wristbands were knitted pink ribbon brooches for sale. These particular brooches …Read more
Redesigned Bi-Specific antibodies may offer new hope against secondary breast cancer. We are delighted to announce that we are now funding a 4-year project at Oxford University to make new breast cancer treatments that stick to cancerous breast cells that have spread throughout the body; a currently incurable condition termed metastases, or secondary spread. Dr. …Read more
Throughout the month of October, shoppers at Swindon’s Brunel Centre are being treated to an exhibition called Bras at the Brunel – promoting breast cancer awareness month. Raising funds for Against Breast Cancer’s pioneering research into new treatments and tools for earlier diagnosis, the campaign ‘Bra the Brunel’ was launched by long-time supporter of the …Read more
You may be aware that there are different types of breast cancer, but do you know why they need to be treated in different ways? A breast is comprised of many types of cells, some of which are programmed to respond to different growth stimuli in order to function as part of the healthy reproductive …Read more