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19th March 2020

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ColourForCancer NHS Campaign

ColourForCancer NHS Campaign

GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity. In these uncertain times Boot Out Breast Cancer need YOU more than ever! That’s why this Tuesday 5th May, it’s your chance to show your support by joining our fun campaign ColourForCancer for the NHS.

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Press Release (6/2/2020) – The Christie Launch

Press Release (6/2/2020) – The Christie Launch

Gold medal Paralympian launches £535k Greater Manchester breast cancer scheme Multiple gold-medallist Dame Sarah Storey turned out to lend her support to a new £535,000 pledge from Boot Out Breast Cancer (BOBC) to The Christie charity to help breast cancer patients in...

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The 2019 Boot Out Ball Gallery is live!

The 2019 Boot Out Ball Gallery is live!

We have now uploaded the photos taken on our night of Moonlight & Magic at the 2019 Boot Out Ball. Take a look at the gallery! Photo credits: Linda Mulvey, Thao Le, Pravin Arjan

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Boot Out Breast Cancer
Boot Out Breast Cancer
It's the first of the month - time to check your breasts!

There's no right or wrong way to check your breasts. But it is important to know how your breasts usually look and feel.

That way, you can spot any changes quickly and report them to your GP.

Every woman's breasts are different in terms of size, shape and consistency. It's also possible for one breast to be larger than the other.

Get used to how your breasts feel at different times of the month. This can change during your menstrual cycle. For example, some women have tender and lumpy breasts, especially near the armpit, around the time of their period.
After the menopause, normal breasts feel softer, less firm and not as lumpy.

The NHS Breast Screening Programme has produced a 5-point plan for being breast aware:

💜 know what's normal for you
❤️ look at your breasts and feel them
💜 know what changes to look for
❤️ report any changes without delay
💜 attend routine screening if you're 50 or over

More information on checking your breasts from the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/womens-health/how-should-i-check-my-breasts/?fbclid=IwAR3rAflDJGt1tX25ehPZe3ZZzsC4xiZbCkbKzA2szCISZHJFRxKwJj6UhWs
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Thank you for your support. If you want to help us raise more money please consider a monthly standing order or a one-off donation ☺️
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Wow what an amazing and generous gesture from Dinesh Patel - huge thank you for your donation to Boot Out Breast Cancer, and thank you Sital, our Vice-Chair, for facilitating ❤️

If you would like to donate to BOBC you can do so via our website at bootoutbreastcancer.org.uk. If you would like to setup a regular standing order to support us please email debbie@bootoutbreastcancer.org.uk or if you want to get creative, we are running the #colourforcancer campaign! ❤️🥰

Thank you again Dinesh - we are completely blown away!
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Happy birthday to Nihal Arthanayake (Nihal Arthanayake)- Our Boot Out Breast Cancer Ambassador 🎉

Nihal Arthanayake, a.k.a. DJ Nihal, is an English radio and TV presenter who broadcasts on BBC Asian Network and since August 2010 BBC Radio 5 Live. Nihal has been supporting us as an ambassador who raises awareness of breast cancer for women and men. Becoming a part of the team, he said: '' It’s an absolute privilege to become an ambassador for Boot Out Breast Cancer and with it comes with a real responsibility to raise awareness of breast cancer for women and men alike. My role will be to highlight the work done, to open doors, and to make a difference. Boot Out Breast Cancer is an incredibly worthy cause and one that I am truly excited to be a part of. "

We hope you have an amazing birthday! 💝
Boot Out Breast Cancer
Boot Out Breast Cancer
It's the first of the month - time to check your breasts!

There's no right or wrong way to check your breasts. But it is important to know how your breasts usually look and feel. That way, you can spot any changes quickly and report them to your GP.

Every woman's breasts are different in terms of size, shape and consistency. It's also possible for one breast to be larger than the other.

Get used to how your breasts feel at different times of the month. This can change during your menstrual cycle. For example, some women have tender and lumpy breasts, especially near the armpit, around the time of their period.

After the menopause, normal breasts feel softer, less firm and not as lumpy.

The NHS Breast Screening Programme has produced a 5-point plan for being breast aware:

💜 know what's normal for you
❤️ look at your breasts and feel them
💜 know what changes to look for
❤️ report any changes without delay
💜 attend routine screening if you're 50 or over

More information on checking your breasts from the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/womens-health/how-should-i-check-my-breasts/