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Sadly, not all breast cancer cases are preventable, and women (and men too) will be diagnosed through no fault of their own But studies have shown that by making changes to your lifestyle you can reduce your chances of getting breast cancer significantly.
For more information on how you can reduce your risk see our Everyday Life iguide and Chemicals and Environment iguide. To get your personalised prevention plan take our quick quiz. For further details on breast cancer risk factors see our Breast cancer risk factors brief.
Now more than ever, we need your help. Together we can help those we love lower their risk of developing breast cancer. If you’ve found the information on our website helpful, then please consider making a donation today. You can help get prevention tips and advice to the next person who needs help to lower their risk of developing breast cancer. Thank you.
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
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