Breast Cancer Care
02/25/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
Have you checked your breasts this week?

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, so it’s important to look after your breasts by checking them regularly.

Whatever your age, size or shape, it’s important to be breast aware and check your breasts regularly.

For more information on breast awareness and how to check your breasts:
Breast Cancer Care
02/23/2017 at 18:01. Facebook
Winter blues, low mood or depression: what's the difference?

Feeling down or low in mood tends to lift after a few days or so but if you’re continually feeling sad or lacking in energy and zest for life, or if you’re having problems with concentration or sleeping, it could be due to depression.

If this sounds like you, it’s important to talk to someone about it. We're here for you.

Winter blues, low mood or depression: what's the difference?
Breast Cancer Care
02/22/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Is there a particular book that helped you through treatment? Or perhaps a great piece of fiction that you’re fond of? Next week is World Book Day, so what book would you recommend to someone affected by breast cancer? Comment to let us know
Breast Cancer Care
02/21/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
How well is your hospital looking after its patients with secondary breast cancer?

If you’ve been keeping up with our 'Secondary. Not Second rate.' campaign, you’ll be aware of some of the gaps we've identified in the care of people with secondary breast cancer.

You can read about our Secondary Breast Cancer pledge at the link below.

How well is your hospital looking after its patients with secondary breast cancer?
Breast Cancer Care
02/20/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
There is just two weeks left to apply to be a Model at our star-studded Fashion Show!

We loved seeing our inspirational 2016 Breast Cancer Care Show models last week. Apply now to have your chance to be part of our 2017 model family!

Please visit our website for more information on how to apply.

The Show London 2017
'I plan things three months at a time, between scans. In one sense this is difficult as I don’t know what will happen, but it’s also intensified life.'

Secondary breast cancer didn’t stop me climbing Ben Nevis
Are you looking for information and support after your primary breast cancer treatment? Join our free Moving Forward courses and meet other people like you.

We are running courses next month at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in North West London and at Chase Farm Hospital in North East London at The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

To sign up and for more information, visit the link below.

Moving forward after breast cancer treatment

Are you brave enough to take on our 1000 foot long zipslide across the Clyde to become a Breast Cancer #CareDevil?

Tag in your adrenaline junkie pals! Wheeeeeeeee!

Sign up now at:
Breast Cancer Care is thrilled to be the first Official Charity Partner of The Women's Tour. Our #PinkRibbonTour is 25km to celebrate 25 years of the pink ribbon and will take place before the professional race on 11 June.

Breast Cancer Care only has 1,000 exclusive places in the Pink Ribbon Tour. Register now, on our website, to cycle 25km through the capital’s iconic streets to show...
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Pink Ribbon Tour 2017
Happy Valentines Day! ❤

For an extra special treat for the woman in your life, why not nominate them for Boux Avenue’s #GirlofaKind competition so that they can be in with the chance to win a VIP pamper weekend? It could be your best mate, auntie, Mum or friend - just someone who’s been a total inspiration to you and deserves some spoiling!

To enter and for further details follow the link...
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Boux Avenue | Girl of a Kind
'The chance of a ‘boob’ was gone. Now what? I didn’t feel ‘whole’ or ‘complete’ being left like this.'

Why I got a tattoo to cover my mastectomy scar
Have you checked your breasts today? Put it at the top of your to do list and get to know your 'normal'.

Whatever your age, size or shape, it’s important to be breast aware and check your breasts regularly.

Checking your breasts
What's your reason for walking? Join a #PinkRibbonwalk this summer to support those affected by breast cancer.

Let us know your reason for walking in the comments below!

Find out more about joining us for a Pink Ribbonwalk here:
Pink Ribbonwalk is back! Join us for a 5, 10 or 20 mile walk and help us be there for people with breast cancer, whenever they need us. Whether you walk with us at one of our amazing venues or simply organise your own event, every penny you raise will make a massive difference to everyone affected by breast cancer.

You can choose your location and sign up here: [ Link ]
Take our quiz to discover what your walking spirit animal is and how you can walk together for people with breast cancer.

Let us know what your walking spirit animal is in the comments below!

[Quiz] What's your walking spirit animal?
Help us support more people like Kerry affected by breast cancer this #WorldCancerDay
Text UNITY to 70300 to donate £3 #ActOfUnity
Today is #WorldCancerDay!

Wear and share your Unity Band today like we have and join an #ActOfUnity to help us support anyone affected by breast cancer.

Text UNITY to 70300 to donate £3.

Find out more about World Cancer Day here:
1 day to go until #WorldCancerDay! Get your Unity Band by 1pm today with special delivery and join our #ActOfUnity, helping us to support people affected by breast cancer.

Already got your Unity Band? Wear and share it and let us know who you're wearing yours for!

Unity Bands still available at: [ Link ]
Our 2016 campaign calling for data on diagnosis and treatment of secondary (metastatic) breast cancer to be routinely collected by hospitals made great progress, but there’s still much left to do.

We're working hard on it behind the scenes - here's what we're up to now.

Secondary breast cancer data collection: what we’re up to now
2 days to go until #WorldCancerDay! Order your Unity Band by 1pm today to ensure its arrival for Saturday!

Join an #ActOfUnity and buy your band here: [ Link ]