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Help us continue to be here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.

The coronavirus outbreak represents an unprecedented situation for all of us, but this continues to be an extremely difficult and uncertain time for so many people affected by breast cancer.

Since March 2020, we’ve had to suspend hundreds of our life-changing community support events and courses - taking away a key lifeline for thousands of people. Whilst our incredible researchers lost around 230,000 hours of precious time in their labs last year because of the coronavirus.

We need your help.

If we are to continue our world-class research and life-changing support services, we need your support. Now more than ever. By taking on Walk 100 Miles you’ll be helping us take another step towards our goal that by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well.

Louisa was diagnosed with breast cancer at the start of 2019. Throughout her treatment, she turned to Breast Cancer Now for help and support.

“I found some information about Becca and downloaded the app, which subsequently provided information on Breast Cancer Now’s Someone Like Me service. I registered online and they called me back quickly. It was so easy to speak to the people at Breast Cancer Now. I gave them a summary of my situation and they endeavoured to find someone who I could relate to.

Within two weeks, I was speaking to Zahida – our first conversation was the day before my first chemo session. She was my saviour. I could talk to her about how I was feeling emotionally and physically – she completely understood everything I was going through. I could cry, rant, ask questions and voice all my anxieties to the extent that I felt I couldn’t do with my family and friends.”