Each women is unique. But breast cancer doesn’t care. It can happen to anyone. And when it does happen, each woman’s breast cancer is as individual as she is.more
The many faces of breast cancer
About HER2-positive breast cancer
HER2-positive breast cancer is a particularly aggressive disease but treatment advances have transformed the outlook for patients.more
About triple-negative breast cancer
>1.67 million women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, 15% of those are known as triple-negative.
Eight signs of breast cancer you might not know about
Learn about the symptoms of breast cancer and the role of early diagnosis and treatment in improving patient outcomes.more
By the numbers
From diagnosis to treatment: understanding breast cancer
Breast cancer treatment can involve many steps and different patients will have different treatment pathways. This infographic shows the possible paths a patient may take following diagnosis.
Ike's story of hope
Meet Ike, who gives a personal account of her experience of being diagnosed with early breast cancer.
Diversifying our approach to clinical development
As our understanding of cancer increases, so does our recognition of its complexity. Read how clinical development is evolving to keep pace.more
The early breast cancer treatment approach
Learn about the different stages of early breast cancer treatment and the roles and goals of each.
Breast cancer: one diagnosis, hundreds of lives impacted
Behind every breast cancer diagnosis is a personal story. This video highlights the ripple effect of a breast cancer diagnosis.
How tumours progress over time
Tumour growth may go unnoticed. That is why knowing the early signs of breast cancer is key.
Getting medicines to people with breast cancer sooner
Find out how we are pushing the boundaries of science and creating opportunities to bring medicines to people with breast cancer sooner.more
Working together to make a difference in breast cancer
Read about our efforts to improve the lives of breast cancer patients around the world, beyond the provision of medicines.more