Check out our latest news and blogs

News, opinions, and real-life stories about breast cancer prevention.

Posted: 28 Nov 2023

"Why I decided to give up alcohol"

It’s absolutely true that every person who gives up drinking alcohol will have had their own experience. No two stories are the same. However, there are some common themes that we often see and my story features some of them. The first is that it wasn’t my first attempt at stopping drinking. This is very...

Read More

Vegetable slow cooker stew

Autumn is here, and what better recipe than a hearty vegetable slow cooker stew? The best thing about this dish? You can divide it into portions, transfer it to a...

Read full story

100-mile cycle challenge for Breast Cancer UK

Learning that three women he knows had recently been diagnosed with breast cancer propelled Dan Farrow on a 100-mile cycle challenge in May 2023. Raising more than £6, 000 for...

Read full story

The ultimate gift guide for breast cancer prevention

Our gift guide will make this gift-giving season a breeze.  The pressures of finding a present that perfectly suits the needs and desires of our favourite people can be stressful. ...

Read full story

Vegetable pan with garlic baked potatoes

This is a quick oven and frying pan dish packed with vegetables. You can use almost any vegetable and adapt the recipe to what you can find in your fridge...

Read full story

Don't let being overweight stop you from exercising

The benefits of exercising are limitless. It’s a surefire way to become stronger more energetic and prevent illnesses like breast cancer. However, those who struggle with their weight may be...

Read full story

We need to talk about women’s bodies

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK, with over 55, 000 people diagnosed yearly. This means that most of us know someone who has been...

Read full story

Breast cancer risk and ethnicity: Explained

Black women from Caribbean and African backgrounds are up to two times more likely to receive a late-stage diagnosis for some cancers than white British women in England.  What the...

Read full story