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We campaign to stop breast cancer before it starts.
We encourage a preventative approach by calling for improvements in legislation and public health policies which reduce our exposure to the chemicals associated with breast cancer.
Breast Cancer UK believes more can be done to prevent breast cancer but does the amount we spend on prevention add up?
Our ‘You do the Maths’ campaign asks whether we could invest more to help prevent breast cancer and highlights the comparatively tiny amounts currently spent on preventing and understanding the causes of cancers.
Write to your local Member of Parliament today and ask them to pledge their support to prevent breast cancer.
Breast cancer incidence rates continue to rise - now nearly 50,000 people are diagnosed with the disease every year. Tougher political action is needed to help prevent this disease.
Our manifesto outlines 5 key measures to improve breast cancer prevention policy in the UK.
Scientific evidence links our routine exposure to BPA to a range of diseases, including breast cancer.
As diet continues to be our main route of exposure to BPA, Breast Cancer UK is calling for it to be removed from all food and drinks packaging and replaced with safer alternatives.
Breast Cancer UK is part of a coalition of public interest groups representing more than 31 organisations across Europe. Our campaign partners include trade unions, consumers, public health and healthcare professionals, advocates for cancer prevention, environmentalists and women’s groups.
The EDC-Free Campaign calls on the European Union to produce a new European EDC strategy based on the most up to date science that is fit for purpose in the 21st century.