Before service disruptions, a woman was diagnosed with breast cancer every 10 mins. Now with fewer screenings, there are fewer diagnoses but this doesn’t mean breast cancer is becoming less common.
It’s time to put prevention first.
You can play a part in reducing the number of people diagnosed in the first place.
Be part of our Prevention Movement. Together we can prevent breast cancer.
To kick off Prevention Week, we will be launching our brand new Prevention Hub.
Develop your personalised prevention plan by taking our brand new quiz.
Learn more about reducing your risk with our new iGuides.
Join us for a Lunchtime Live Session at 1 pm on Facebook when we will interviewing Dr Bana Haddad about why prevention matters and talking about the new Prevention Hub.
Join us for our second Lunchtime Live Session at 1 pm on Facebook when we will be talking to Dr Elisabete Silva, from Brunel University, about the link between certain chemicals and breast cancer.
Answering your questions about her research and why she believes there is enough scientific evidence warning us that we should be reducing our exposure now.
If you would like to find out more about EDC’s, check out the chemicals and environment module in our new Prevention Hub.
Today we launch a brand new on-demand webinar.
Grab a drink, sit back and learn about the things that increase your chances of getting breast cancer and the actions you can take to reduce your risk.
Join us for our final Lunchtime Live Session at 1 pm on Facebook and meet the wonderful team behind Oswestry Rugby Club’s fundraiser, Ruck over Cancer.
They’re organising an Ironman competition in September between two teams made up of members of their club. Hear the real-life story behind why they chose to raise money for us and just how tough it is to train for an Ironman competition.
Join us from the comfort of your own home at 6.30 pm to learn, from GOAT Chelsea’s bartender, how to make the Breast Cancer UK Pi-nipple Mocktail!
The online masterclass will run for 30 minutes. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask GOAT Chelsea’s bartender any questions you have, whilst sipping on your delicious mocktail.
Our final Live at Lunch (1pm) on Facebook will be with Charly McNellis, who’ll be sharing her breast cancer story with us.
You can also catch up on the week’s events with our on-demand replays.
Listen, watch, learn and create your own personalised action plan to reduce your risk of breast cancer.
A £10 donation today can help fund our PHD studentships to carry out world-class animal free research into the causes of breast cancer.
A donation of £20 can help fund our Prevention Hub so your loved ones can learn how to reduce their risk.
Your donation of £50 can fund our animal free research and educational programmes to prevent breast cancer for future generations.
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