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Julie took on Trek Peru after a friend was diagnosed with breast cancer. She gives us a peek inside the diary she took during the trip and shares what the experience meant to her.
Women over the age of 70 are still at risk of breast cancer and can request regular breast screening.
Many Breast Cancer Care staff work here because a friend or relative has had breast cancer. Here one staff member tells how her family history has led to finding out she has the altered BRCA1 gene.
Help us be there for more people affected by breast cancer, every day, from day one.
£5 can pay for a comprehensive, easy-to-understand information pack for someone newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
£10 can pay for someone to attend a breast awareness workshop and help make sure that they’re able to spot the signs of breast cancer early.
£23 can pay for a call to our Support Line so anyone affected by breast cancer can talk to someone who understands the challenges they’re facing and can provide them with the support they need.
£23 can pay for a call to our Helpline so anyone affected by breast cancer can talk to someone who understands the challenges they’re facing and can provide them with the support they need.
£50 can pay for confidential advice from a specialist nurse by email. Our nurses can answer any questions, big or small, that somebody living with breast cancer may have.
£132 can pay for six sessions of our invaluable ‘Someone Like Me’ service, which connects women with a trained a volunteer who has direct experience of breast cancer and the issues they’re facing.