Following breast cancer diagnosis in 2022, Emma and her community have been fundraising to support the new Breast Cancer Centre.
A new imaging technique being introduced at St Bartholomew's Hospital is showing promising results for detecting breast cancer for women with dense breast tissue – associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
Breast Cancer survivor Nell, shares her story, provides hope in her community and supports our campaign to build a new life-changing Breast Cancer Centre in East London
Award-winning British pianist and musical director, Claire Habbershaw is fundraising to give back to the NHS staff who saved her father's life.
After her husband Karl sadly passed away this year, Janet decided to take on Hike for Health with her daughter Ruby. They're fundraising to say thank you for his care.
A new study highlights the importance of a more inclusive approach to drug testing, to ensure that it is effective across different ethnicities.
In 2017, a Barts Charity-funded app helped save Lizzi’s life when her heart failed. Five years on, Lizzi is a Team GB cyclist with a World Championships medal under her belt.
Trevor’s world was turned upside down when his daughter Lizzi's organs failed five years ago. Now he’s fundraising for Barts Charity to give back to those who saved her life.
Research funded by Barts Charity, conducted at Queen Mary University of London and St Bartholomew's Hospital, has identified a gene variant that causes a common type of high blood pressure (known as hypertension) and proposes a cure which could help many people currently going undiagnosed.
YourStance is a programme where nurses and doctors teach life saving skills to young people at the greatest risk of serious youth violence. YourStance received funding from Barts Charity in 2019 thanks to a gift from the Charles S French Charitable Trust.