MetUpUk Members in the News

We are constantly raising awareness for MetUpUk and those living with Metastatic Breast Cancer.

If you are a journalist or broadcaster and you would like to speak with someone from MetUpUK about life with MBC please get in touch on

Jo Taylor, the founder of MetUpUK, joins other members of the secondary breast cancer community to discusses the need for metastatic breast cancer patients to be counted and other issues that we are facing.

MetUpUK member Emma Fisher speaks to BBC Look North about what is has been like living with cancer for the last 5 years and about her involvement with MetUpUK

MetUpUK founder Jo Taylor speaks about metastatic breast cancer on BBC 5 Live.

Listen to the full interview here.

Tassia was diagnosed with her primary breast cancer at 24 and then with metastatic breast cancer at 28, after the red flag signals were ignored by many doctors. She talks to BBC radio Wales about her diagnosis.

On metastatic breast cancer day MetUPUk’s founder Jo Taylor spoke to Sky News about the 31 women who die, our Darker Side of Pink campaign, and the reality of living with secondary breast cancer.

Laura Ashurst talks to Scott Makin at BBC Radio Tees about living with metastatic breast cancer for the last 12 years and how she wasn’t given the red flag symptoms, the Darker Pink campaign, and how we need SBC patients to be counted countrywide.

MetUpUK member, Emma Hillier, speaks to BBC 5live  about what it’s like to live with secondary breast cancer and making the most of time spent with her son.

Jo Taylor, founder of MetUpUK takes to the BBC to discuss the need for metastatic breast cancer patients to be counted whilst they are alive, and not just when they die.

MetUpUK member Emma Fisher spoke with the New York Times along side a number of other women with breast cancer, all discussing how October makes them feel. Especially as a metastatic breast cancer patient.

We have members across the country who are all experienced in speaking to the press about living with secondary breast cancer.

We specifically have members who are all available for media opportunities in the following areas;

  • London,
  • Manchester,
  • Wales,
  • The North East
  • Yorkshire,
  • Scotland
  • The South West

Please email for more infomation about each of our respresentives.