More than 5,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this month

Breast cancer doesn't end with treatment. Support doesn't end with October.

Although Breast Cancer Awareness Month is over, we need your support to make sure we can continue to reach as many people diagnosed with breast cancer as possible.

We know that physical treatment is only half the story, and women need expert care to recover psychologically and emotionally, as well as physically. That’s why we need you to donate today. 


A woman is more than just her body. Cancer is more than a tumour. Help more women reach our vital support services and donate today.

Breast cancer isn't understood in my community
I was with a friend, complaining about agonising pain in my left breast. I was self-medicating with pain killers, but she recommended I go to the GP. I was referred to the hospital for further tests, but I’d ruled out breast cancer... The tests came back, and the lump was malignant. I was in shock.

Della, diagnosed in 2010

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How you can support this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Download our breast awareness guide

Share our signs and symptoms guide

Order or download our breast awareness guide and hand them out to friends, family and the community.

Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day

Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day

On 13 October, invite your MP to our event and help us campaign for women with incurable breast cancer.

Get involved, fundraise, donate and volunteer

Find more ways to get involved

Find a charity fundraiser, a bike ride or campaign to join, or get support for your own fundraising event.

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Shop to support

Diamonique pin QVC

QVC pink ribbon pin

Kipling Strength Set of 3 Pouches

Kipling set of pouches

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Get support

A helpline nurse with a headset on

Call our Helpline

Our free helpline is here for you: 0808 800 6000

Breast Cancer Care App download

Download BECCA

Our free app that helps you move forward after breast cancer

Email the Breast Cancer Care nurses

Email our nurses

Our nurses can help with any question or concern

The Breast Cancer Care Forum

Join our forum

Speak to others who have had a breast cancer diagnosis

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Donate today and help more women reach our services.