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Be Your Breast Friend and know the signs of breast cancer with these handy tips

September 28, 2017 09:03am
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Be Your Breast Friend
Be Your Breast Friend

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK – and that's why we want to encourage women to get into the habit of checking their breasts.

Knowing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer help save lives, so Be Your Breast Friend and check yourself!

There's no right or wrong way to check your breasts – it's about looking and feeling regularly so any changes can be spotted quickly.

It's not just about a lump – other symptoms can include an inverted nipple or change in the texture of the skin. Not every symptom will be cancer, but if you're worried visit Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now for more information and support.

Be Your Breast Friend
Be Your Breast Friend
Be Your Breast Friend

At the moment, 691,000 people are living with a breast cancer diagnosis in the UK. By 2040, that figure will be 1.7 million, so it's important that you check yourself regularly.

Follow our breast check guide above and let your friends know you've been a Breast Friend by sharing this post on social media using one of the links below.

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