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Breakthrough Breast Cancer is more than a name. It’s a force. A force of thousands of people across the UK working together with a single-minded ambition to stop women dying from breast cancer.
Our breakthroughs are made by funding 25% of the breast cancer research in the UK, campaigning to ensure survival rates are among the best in the world and educating all women to recognise the signs and symptoms of the disease. The breakthroughs are also made possible by some of the best scientists in the field who work in our Research Centre and Research Units in Manchester and King's College, London.
Our work is only possible due to the generosity of the public – all the money we receive is donated. We need to raise £20 million a year and, with commitment and support, we’re confident that we can stop women dying from some types of breast cancer within the next ten years. Within 20 years, this could also be true of most kinds of breast cancer. The only thing that can stop this happening is lack of funds.