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Care, support and information from day one. Call our nurses on 0808 800 6000 or text CARE to 70300 to give £3 and help support those affected by breast cancer
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Breast Cancer Care 1h
Replying to @Adele_Rica @CR_UK
Hi Adèle, the higher the SPF the longer it will protect you for. Sun screens need to be applied in the correct quantity, at regular intervals. ’s information includes references . Our information may also be of interest
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Breast Cancer Care 1h
This step together and join our at and the Peak District to support everyone affected by breast cancer. Find out more and sign up here:
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Breast Cancer Care 4h
Replying to @bccww
specifically for individuals with secondary breast cancer have been mentioned already, so we’re sure this will be something we’ll be looking into more this year. (3/3)
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Breast Cancer Care 4h
Replying to @bccww
what support they need to live, and live well with a diagnosis. Health and wellbeing (including exercise), and the need for access to accurate health and wellbeing information and opportunities (2/3)
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Breast Cancer Care 4h
Replying to @bccww
Hi Julia, we don’t have any current plans for videos specifically for those with metastatic breast cancer. However we are currently working with a group of women, all with their own diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer, to understand in more detail than we’ve done before, (1/3)
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Breast Cancer Care 5h
Take the first steps towards feeling better about yourself today by celebrating the small things. You deserve it! 💖
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Breast Cancer Care 6h
Great picture Teresa! Please know we're here for you if you ever have any questions or concerns. Our nurses are just at the end of our free helpline 0808 800 6000. Best wishes and thank you so much for your support x
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Breast Cancer Care 6h
Replying to @Adele_Rica
Hi Adèle, thanks for getting in touch. We have sent your question on to our nurses who will get back to you as soon as they can. In the meantime if you would like to chat to our nurses about this, they are just at the end of our free helpline 0808 800 6000. Best wishes x
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Breast Cancer Care 6h
Since 2017, , partners and F1 fans have rallied together to raise over £208,300 so far, with the ambition to raise over £250,000 by 2020 to support people affected by breast cancer. Keep an eye out for the logo around the track at the this weekend!
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SKECHERS_UK May 22
This year, Skechers have created the Skechers GOwalk Evolution Ultra - Victory to raise funds to help support more people affected by breast cancer. From every pair, £5 will go to to support their vital services -
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Breast Cancer Care 9h
'Remember that you're the one who knows your experience and your body best so trust that you know what's best for you.' Bal, Alice-May and Kaz share their experiences of going back to work after their breast cancer treatment. 
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Breast Cancer Care 22h
'I didn’t have a choice with breast cancer. It forced me to face my fear head on.' After her breast cancer diagnosis, Yvonne hosted an to celebrate her birthday. She reflects on how far she's come since her diagnosis.
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
Whether you have just reached the end of your treatment or your diagnosis of was several years ago, our Moving Forward information pack is for you. Order or download yours for free today:
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
Replying to @bccww
Hi there, thanks for your question, we're just looking into this now and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
Replying to @Robertson_Sed
Amazing work! Thank you so much for your support 😊👏
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
'I am trying to repair my body, deal with demons, manage my anxieties and move forward in my life after cancer.' One year on from her diagnosis, Emma writes about how far she has come, and what she has learnt from her experience.
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
We would like to say a huge thank you to John Craven OBE for joining us at this year’s at . All of our walkers, volunteers and staff enjoyed seeing you on the day and we hope you enjoyed the walk! 😊
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
Replying to @staggygirl
Hi Caroline, please know we're here for you should you want to chat about any concerns or questions you may have. We have our Moving Forward courses which are in the tweet above and you can also speak to our nurses on our free helpline 0808 800 6000. Best wishes x
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Breast Cancer Care May 22
Are you finding it hard to get back to 'normal' after treatment? We'll support you at our free Moving Forward courses
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Breast Cancer Care May 21
'I’d known people who’d had breast cancer, but they hadn’t had chemotherapy and I didn’t know that fatigue was a side effect. I thought it was just me, that I was being a drama queen.'
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