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We’ve devised an interactive quiz to help you assess whether you’re doing the right things to help reduce your risk of getting breast cancer. And we’re teamed up with Riverford Organic Farmers to bring you some healthy recipes to tickle your taste buds. Not to mention our brand new website with lots of new information.
Sharing is caring. Share our breast cancer prevention advice and tips with your friends and family and across social – we have lots of practical advice and information in our new about breast cancer and our expanded Reduce Your Risk sections,
Support our Lunch For Life campaign – a healthy diet is key to reducing your risk of breast cancer, so this month we are asking you to eat a healthy lunch during your day. Check out our top tips and tasty recipes you can try.
Take on a fundraising challenge or run your own event to raise awareness and funds – check out our fundraising pages for inspiration and ideas.
We’ll be posting lots more on our social accounts during the month, including running competitions to win free stuff with our friends Lemon-aid, Beeswax Wraps and Riverford Organic Farmers, make sure you follow us on:
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4 December 2019
As part of Breast Cancer UK’s work to highlight the dangers of hormone disrupting chemicals (EDCs), our Public Affairs officer, Kit Bowerin, joined the EDC-Free Alliance in Brussels to talk...Read full story
4 December 2019
Examining how EDCs and a high fat diet affect breast cancer Breast Cancer UK is pleased to announce the award of a new research grant to Dr Elisabete Silva. Dr...Read full story
29 January 2018
New figures released by the Office of National Statistics (1) show a small reduction in the number of breast cancer cases reported in England. This is the...Read full story
21 February 2017
For the first time, chemicals have been identified as substances of very high concern (SVHC) due to their endocrine disrupting properties (EDCs) in humans. The four phthalates, which include DEHP,...Read full story
A donation of just £5 can help us reach out to new mums with educational information and guidance on how they can protect the future health of their children.
A donation of £30 can help provide a Breast Cancer Prevention kit to help our Ambassadors deliver talks, providing healthy lifestyle advice and practical tips that can help people reduce their risk of breast cancer.
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.
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