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The following publications are available to download now or order a printed version. 

If you can't find what you are looking for, more information can be found in our about breast cancer section, including information about breast cancer in men, breast screening, how family history can affect your risk of breast cancer and an online guide to secondary breast cancer

Breast cancer – the key facts (pocket-sized summary leaflet)

Find out about breast cancer – signs and symptoms, causes and treatment in this handy key facts guide.

breast cancer - the key facts

Touch, look, check - A5 leaflet

The earlier breast cancer is diagnosed the better the chances of beating it. Download or order this leaflet to learn how to check your breasts for signs of cancer.

TLC - touch look check guidance to checking your breasts

Touch, look, check - mini guide (credit-card sized)

Download or order this pocket-sized guide to learn how to check your breasts for signs of cancer.

TLC - touch look check guidance to checking your breasts

Breast cancer risk factors: the facts booklet

Breast cancer has many causes and there are steps you can take to reduce your risk. This guide explains the links between more than 30 factors and breast cancer.

breast cancer risk - the facts booklet

HRT and breast cancer risk

Taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) increases your risk of breast cancer. Your risk begins to fall when you stop taking HRT. Learn more in this fact sheet.

breast cancer and HRT - the facts

Weight and breast cancer risk

Being overweight or obese affects your risk of developing breast cancer. The effect depends on your age and when you gained weight. Learn more in this fact sheet.

breast cancer and weight publication

Alcohol and breast cancer risk

Regularly drinking alcohol increases your risk of developing breast cancer. And the more you drink, the greater your risk. Learn more in this fact sheet.

alcohol and breast cancer booklet

The pill and breast cancer risk

Taking the pill (combined contraceptive pill) slightly increases your risk of breast cancer. Risk falls within 10 years of stopping. Learn more in this fact sheet.

breast cancer and the pill booklet

Physical activity and breast cancer risk

Being active for 30 minutes every day can reduce your risk of breast cancer by 20%. Learn more in this fact sheet.

exercise and breast cancer

Your guide to breast cancer treatment in England and Wales

How is early breast cancer diagnosed and treated, and what is the best treatment in England and Wales? Find out in this guide.

treatment guide for england and wales

Your guide to breast cancer treatment in Scotland

How is early breast cancer diagnosed and treated, and what is the best treatment in Scotland? Find out in this guide.

Best treatment guide for breast cancer in Scotland

Breast Check Now poster (A3 size)

Download this A3 poster to help promote the Breast Check Now App

Breast Check Now leaflet - A3 and A4

Breast Check Now poster (A4 size)

Download this A4 poster to help promote our Breast Check Now App.

Breast Check Now leaflet - A3 and A4

Didn't find what you were looking for? 

Further information on the diagnosis, treatment and causes of breast cancer can be found in our about breast cancer section, as well as information on breast cancer in men, breast screening, secondary breast cancer and family history.