uk breast cancer awareness

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Twenty years ago the idea of undertaking bilateral mastectomies for a woman who had not been diagnosed with breast cancer was not only an anathema, frankly, it was considered unethical.
Women are being encouraged on social media to take off their bras and share photos with the hashtag #NoBraDay. The campaign
When diagnosed with breast cancer, it's crucial that women are given the information they need to select the treatment option that's right for them. Too often, women feel pressured, afraid and ill-informed.
A female nipple will be shown during daytime TV for the first time next week in an advert created to raise breast cancer
'If you’ve got a desire to achieve something, keep going until you achieve it.'