NHS England aims for 85 per cent of cancer patients to start treatment 62 days after referral, but this target has been missed annually for three years
Amanda Cashmore talks to women who are using tattoos to cover up mastectomy scars and in the process taking a renewed pride in their appearance
Some 8,000 more patients may respond to the drugs than are receiving them at present
Each year more than 55,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer
The recommendation from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence to reject Kadcyla is 'disastrous', Breast Cancer Now says
She hoped that sharing the photos would help raise awareness
'Cancer doesn't have to leave the last mark'
The treatment reduces risk of death for breast cancer sufferers by 18 per cent, campaigners say
The Court of Appeals previously ruled against the company, which argued that special bras for women who have had mastectomies were not normal lingerie
Claire Warner said she was inspired to share her photo after another woman’s Facebook post alerted her to her own symptom
The 65-year-old still plays using the jersey numbers of his high school basketball team
Researchers identify cells that are likely to become cancerous and a drug that appears to stop this happening
'I am going to get through this, I'll be just fine kiddo,' model says
There’s abundant advice out there on what you should or shouldn’t eat, drink, swallow, or stand next to, to avoid cancer. But it’s often lacking in evidence and the jumble of messages can be confusing.
'I felt no lump' writes Kylie Armstrong
'For solid tumours to disappear in 11 days is unheard of. These are mind-boggling results'