My name is Laura Ashurst and during this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I had my 53rd birthday in North Yorkshire where I live with my husband Paul. That’s momentous. Read more
I was diagnosed with Secondary Breast Cancer in May 2019. I didn’t have a primary diagnosis, I went from thinking I was fit and healthy to finding out I had tumours in both breasts which had spread to my bones and that it was incurable. Read more
We are delighted to open the next round of Make 2nds Count grant applications for research into secondary breast cancer. At a time when research funding and progress has been severely impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic then it is even more vital that research dedicated to secondary breast cancer patients continues. Read more
My name is Tricia. I live in the north of Scotland with my husband I have 2 grown up daughters. Read more
The PRIMROSE study CI: Prof Carlo Palmieri Co-funding grant awarded to the University of Liverpool to support the study of the genomic landscape of brain metastasis secondary to breast cancer utilising cell-free DNA derived from cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Breast cancer (BC) is the most common cancer in the UK. Read more
Every month around 1,000 people die from Secondary Breast Cancer. That's 31 people each day, or one every 45 minutes. Read more
How Make 2nds Count have Helped Me?The final installment of our series.
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Living with a secondary breast cancer diagnosis is both mentally and physically gruelling for patients and those closest to them. With a focus on quality of life, our support programme helps patients and families affected by this incurable disease by informing, sharing and offering practical advice & support. Read more
Continuing our series
How can we raise more awareness of SBC?
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We are proud partners and supporters of Walk the Walk's #MenGetBreastCancerToo campaign. Whether you've heard of male breast cancer before or not, it's important that we continue raising vital awareness of this disease and talk about the impact it can have on men too. Read more
Continuing our series
What helped with your diagnosis? Read more