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Read our comment on today's quarterly stats announcement on waiting times for cancer patients accessing NHS services: http://bit.ly/1Albi3M
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Dr Erik Sahai is up against a great challenge: ‘Lobular breast cancer’ accounts for up to 15% of breast cancer cases and not enough is known about the way in which it spreads through the body. Erik looks to understand more about this so that we can stop it and ultimately help as many women as possible to overcome and outlive the disease. He came to Campaign HQ just before Christmas to tell us about his work: http://bit.ly/171kNe9
Research Comms' Katie reports back on Dr Erik Sahai's talk at Campaign HQ on his work looking at cells in lobular breast cancer
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"1 in 2 people in the UK will develop cancer at some point in their lives" say +Cancer Research UK - Read our comment on the report issued earlier today: http://bit.ly/1Kbx8Lc
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We're investing £200,000 to help improve breast cancer treatment, read how in the +Yorkshire Post  http://bit.ly/1upd6Uw
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One of our funded researchers is pioneering an innovative new treatment using viruses to kill breast cancer cells, read about it all in +Medical News Todayhttp://bit.ly/1tJEV9A 
A leading scientist is pioneering an innovative new treatment which uses viruses to kill breast cancer cells.
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"The earlier cancer is diagnosed and treated, the greater the chance of survival” – read our response to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) draft guidance about spotting suspected cancers earlier: http://bit.ly/1uR82f3
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leanne why dos this come up all day m own name has come up i did not do anything different , sister sue ann koop
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More than a thousand people will be diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK in December 2016, according to a report released +Macmillan Cancer Support today. Read our comment on this to learn more: http://bit.ly/1xWckAH 
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The 2013-14 stats on the Breast Screening Programme in England were published today. Read our comment on the news: http://bit.ly/1LaOXcb
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Read our comment on +Genomic Health Inc's  announcement that the Oncotype DX test will become an option on the NHS: http://bit.ly/18RlTu3
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Beating breast cancer is “Not Beyond Us.”

Today is #WorldCancerDay and to mark it we are joining organisations across over the world in sharing this important message. We’ve set a deadline for overcoming breast cancer by 2050 because we know that the day when we outlive breast cancer is #NotBeyondUs. Our research team have put together a blog to talk about what today means to us: http://bit.ly/1DEQrJd
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Research funded by us and +Breakthrough Breast Cancer  has identified a drug to target a rare breast cancer mutation that helps drive the disease in around 900 of the 50,000 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in the UK each year. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1vRldPk
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Even though the target for the two-week wait for suspected breast cancer has been met, more people than ever with suspected breast cancer symptoms are having to wait longer than two weeks to be seen by a specialist. Read our comment on the latest breast cancer waiting times for England released yesterday:
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