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Breast Cancer Now
We're the UK's largest breast cancer charity - and through our research we believe that, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live.
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Breast Cancer Now 8h
❓ Think you know about breast cancer? Whilst four out of five women know a lump as a sign of breast cancer, they are less clear of other signs and symptoms. Test your knowledge and separate the facts from fiction. Take our quiz ▸
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Breast Cancer Now 10h
We support nearly 380 researchers across the whole of the UK and Ireland, at 31 top universities and research institutes. This includes a world-class centre dedicated to breast cancer research. Read more about where we fund our research. 🔬 ▸
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Breast Cancer Now 11h
🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️ Sign up and train for one of our 2019 autumn running events and improve your fitness this summer!
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Breast Cancer Now 18h
"I promised myself on the day of my diagnosis that I would turn my experience into something positive." Join the thousands of people like Dani, and on Fri 18 Oct to help make life-saving breast cancer research & life-changing support happen. ▸
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Breast Cancer Now 19h
Replying to @Nikki_IOM82 @jayneill
And rather splendid he looks too! Thank you and ! 👏👏👏
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Nicola 🐝 Jun 14
Proud of my husband for coming first in the bra dash and donating his prize money to
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Breast Cancer Now 19h
Gareth, we prefer to think of it as our pink version of the Tour de France 'King of the Mountains'! 🚵‍♂️🤣
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Breast Cancer Now Scotland Jun 14
We’re at the with our wonderful fundraiser Eleanor and her granddaughter Kirsty. Good luck to Eleanor and all of tonight’s nominees for the Charity Champion Award.
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Breast Cancer Now 20h
❓ Have you recently been diagnosed with breast cancer? ℹ️ We look at what to consider when discussing your treatment with your breast care team, including tips for hospital appointments. ▸
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
🔬 Up to 15% of breast cancers originate in the milk-producing lobes of the breast. This type of the disease is called lobular breast cancer. Dr. Triona Ni Chonghaile is studying a potential new treatment option for patients. ▸
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
ℹ️ The Breast Cancer Now Generations Study is helping us find ways to prevent breast cancer. The project is following more than 113,000 UK women for 40 yrs to investigate genetic, lifestyle & environmental factors that may affect breast cancer risk. ▸
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
🏃‍♀️🚶‍♂️🚴‍♀️⛅️ From runs and walks to cycling and skydives, we have lots of ways to get involved in 2019! If you have been thinking of fundraising for life-saving breast cancer research, then we think now is good. 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ ▸
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
Do say thank you, and wish Mrs. Streatfield good luck from all of us here . We'd love to see the photos! 💗
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
❓ Are you receiving hormone therapy for early breast cancer? Because hormone therapy interferes with the normal role of hormones in the body, it often causes side effects, including symptoms of the menopause such as hot flushes. We explain more ▸
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MadMarchHareSwindon Jun 14
Thanks to everyone who took part in the Mad March Hare this year and of course thanks to our amazing sponsors. We've just closed the books and the team are delighted to announce our 2019 fundraising total for is £10,500.
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
Wow, that is outstanding! 👏👏👏 A huge thank you from us all here to everyone involved. Your fundraising makes such a difference. 🙏
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
Sharing the latest vlog update from our supporter, Freya Dawson, on Day One of her challenge to climb the highest peak 🏔️ in Italy, Gran Paradiso (4061m)! If you'd like to sponsor Freya, her fundraising page is ▸
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
Sounds like a brilliant event Andy! Good luck with your summer training for this, and thank you for your support. You deserve a Philly cheesesteak at the finish. It's what Rocky would have wanted. 😉
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
Replying to @T_Allen1998
Genetic tests on Giles’ uncle found no fault in the BRCA genes – the genes more commonly associated with breast cancer.
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Breast Cancer Now Jun 14
✋ TOUCH your breasts. Can you feel anything unusual? 👀 LOOK for changes. Is there any change in shape or texture? ✅ CHECK anything unusual with your doctor. It’s as simple as TLC: Touch Look Check Do you check regularly? ▸
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