Birds flying signifying the hope Enhertu has brought to secondary breast cancer patients

Enhertu for Secondary Breast Cancer: Science and Stories

Trastuzumab deruxtecan (Enhertu®) is used to treat certain secondary breast cancers. This blog delves into the science while looking at the real experiences of patient’s on this drug.

A woman checking her breasts for signs of breast cancer

Breast Cancer: Signs and Diagnosis

Want to be more breast aware or would you just like to know more about breast cancer signs and diagnosis? You’ve found the right place. Let us take you through how to check your breasts, the key signs to look out for, and the process of breast cancer diagnosis.

An image of flowers and the sky to signify hope for HER2-low breast cancer patients

What is HER2-low Breast Cancer?

HER2-low is a new way to characterise breast cancer. In short, many previously considered HER2-negative breast cancer patients can now be considered HER2-low. This provides a new treatment target for many secondary (metastatic, advanced) breast cancers. 


Chemotherapy and breast cancer: All you need to know

Chemotherapy (often called chemo) is a common treatment for breast cancer. Here we look at how chemotherapy works, different types and what to expect. You can find useful tips to help you to manage side effects and prepare for treatment.

Picture of Carly Moosah, a triple negative breast cancer survivor

Putting Yourself First This Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The realities of Breast Cancer Awareness Month for Carly Moosah, since becoming part of the Breast cancer community.

Photo of Carly Moosah a breast cancer patient

You’ve Finished Breast Cancer Treatment. Now What?

By Carly Moosah.
So, you’ve finished treatment for primary breast cancer and been told that you are cancer free. But what now? 

The OWise app with the highest ranking score as a patient support app in a German systematic review

Evaluating mobile applications for Breast Cancer in Germany: A systematic review

A systematic review that evaluated if breast cancer apps can support patients, whereby the OWise app received the highest score.

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