By cycling your way, you’ll be helping us to continue to provide support for today and hope for the future for patients and families affected by this devastating disease. Every kilometre cycled and pound raised means we can be there for people when they need us most.  

We won’t stop until everyone who develops breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well.  

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could help make half an hour of research happen. When it comes to research, every second counts, and brings us even closer to making breakthroughs for breast cancer.

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could help five people with breast cancer get vital answers they need right now by calling our free Helpline.

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could help 1,100 people readjust after treatment by printing our Moving Forward book. Helping people feel more confident after breast cancer.

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Julie was diagnosed with breast cancer in the midst of the pandemic, and took on a physical challenge while having treatment.

'It was a huge shock when I was diagnosed with breast cancer in both breasts in September 2020. I saw a [running] challenge advertised when I couldn’t sleep one night after chemo. I thought it sounded like a great opportunity to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Now.

I signed up before realising what I had done, and the next morning was shocked to see donations had already started coming through!

To anyone who is considering taking on a challenge, I would say try not to get overwhelmed by the long road in front and instead look towards completing smaller wins over shorter time periods.’

This case study is based on a real story, but some details have been changed.