Dr Michaela Lesjak is our Secondary1st Researcher, working in Dr Claire Wells’ lab at King’s College London. Funded by a Secondary1st grant, Dr Lesjak will investigate how breast cancer cells break away from the primary
NICE (The National Institute For Health and Care Excellence) has announced that two new breast cancer drugs, palbociclib (Ibrance) and ribociclib (Kisqali), are to be made available to NHS patients in England. These have been
After their fantastic fun night last year, Andrea’s family and friends held an amazing Halloween party in her memory to raise funds for Secondary1st. Everyone there enjoyed a great night, and they raised over £1200
Sisters Imogen and Fran ran the Lausanne Marathon and managed to finish together in the amazing time of 3:38:51. They wanted to raise money for research into better treatments for secondary breast cancer in memory
Sylvia organised a coffee morning to raise funds for Secondary1st in memory of a good friend who had died from secondary breast cancer. 38 people came and enjoyed the morning; they raised more than £400
On October 9th Peter Capaldi, star of “Doctor Who” and Patron of Secondary1st presented a cheque for £75,000 to help fund pioneering research into secondary breast cancer.
Professor Andrew Tutt of King’s College and the Institute
Hannah took part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon on October 8th to raise money for Secondary1st. Research into secondary breast cancer to enable scientists to develop more effective treatments is a cause very close