Everyone is born with a degree of susceptibility to breast cancer. Women are more susceptible than men. But the choices you make in your daily life can influence your level of risk. From the things you eat to the chemicals you expose yourself to, all of these can help determine whether you’re at higher or lower risk of the disease. The good news is you have a certain amount of control over these factors. Make yourself aware of ways in which you are at increased risk and try to modify your lifestyle and behaviour accordingly. Our guides below explain how.
Watch our 25 minute on-demand webinar and learn about the things that increase your chances of getting breast cancer and the actions you can take to reduce your risk.
A £10 donation today will help fund our research into the causes of breast cancer so we can prevent breast cancer for future generations.
A donation of £25 can go toward IT support which helps us deliver live webinars on the risk factors associated with breast cancer and practical tips that help people reduce their risk
Your donation of £100 can help train one of our PhD students, who work on vital research which aims to understand the causes of breast cancer and identify risk factors.
Just want to help in some way? donate an amount that feels right for you
New easy way for you to donate to Breast Cancer UK:
Donate £5 please text to 70970