Breast cancer is cancer that starts in the breast tissue.
Breast cancer is cancer that starts in the breast tissue. Find out about who gets breast cancer and where it starts.
Symptoms of breast cancer include a lump or thickening in the breast. Find out more about this and other possible symptoms and when you should see your GP.
Survival is generally very good for breast cancer and is continuing to improve.
Read about the factors that can increase or reduce your risk of breast cancer.
Get information about the number and TNM staging systems and the grades and types of breast cancer.
Find out about seeing your GP, referral to a specialist, and the tests you might have for breast cancer or other breast conditions.
Find out about the UK breast screening programme, who has screening, and how you have it.
Find out about breast cancer treatments, where and how you have them, and how to cope with possible side effects.
Find out about the latest UK breast cancer research and clinical trials, and how you can take part.
See what you can do to cope with breast cancer and treatment, and the effect it has on your life and relationships.
Advanced breast cancer means that a cancer that began in the breast has spread to another part of the body.
Find out about organisations and resources to help you cope, and there is information about suppliers of prosthesises and bras.