Men and women wearing decorated bras have begun to cross the finish line after walking all night in London.
More than 17,000 people have been power walking since midnight to raise money and awareness for breast cancer in London's 17th annual MoonWalk.
Participants set off from Clapham Common in brightly-decorated bras to cover a marathon or half-marathon distance.
The MoonWalk is organised by the charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer, which funds 25% of breast cancer research in the UK.
A new breast cancer drug trialled at King's College London is to be blocked from routine NHS access under draft guidance issued by health watchdog NICE.
NICE say that Kadcyla can cost more than £90,000 per patient and is not effective enough to justify the price the NHS is being asked to pay - despite it extending women's lives by almost six months. Patients will be able to apply to their local NHS and to the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) for the drug.
But the decision, if made final later this year, would mean the drug would not be recommended for routine use in England on the NHS and women would have to rely on their doctors' successful application to the Cancer Drugs Fund.
A group of women who have had their breasts removed to lower their risk of getting cancer have posed for a nude calendar.
Describing themselves as the 'BRCA' babes after the faulty gene that they share, they want to raise awareness of the support that's available.
ITV News' David Wood went to meet them.