Thanks for wearing your Unity Band® and uniting for people with breast cancer on World Cancer Day 2017.
About World Cancer Day
On 4 February 2017, along with ten leading cancer charities we came together in one, single act of unity for World Cancer Day.
The money you helped raise on World Cancer Day will support life-saving research, so our researchers can continue to find ways to prevent, detect, treat and stop breast cancer.
Take a look at our Twitter moment to find out more about the stories we shared on the day:
⚡️ “World Cancer Day 2017: breast cancer, one story at a time”https://t.co/2Orxmrm2xe— Breast Cancer Now (@breastcancernow) February 6, 2017
It's not too late to get involved
You can still make a one off donation to our life-saving breast cancer research or buy a World Cancer Day Unity Band® from your local Asda store. Either way, you’ll be funding research that is key to making sure everyone who develops breast cancer will live.
The Breast Cancer Now Unity Band® will be exclusively available at all Asda stores until April, for a suggested donation of £2.
If you don’t have an Asda store nearby, simply email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you out.
The Unity Band® is made of two parts, knotted together, to represent strength in unity and the power of what can be achieved when people join forces. By buying a band you’ll be coming together with thousands of other people to fund research that is key to making sure everyone who develops breast cancer will live.
Women from The Last One show their support for World Cancer Day. Left to Right: Julie, Julie, Mary, Emma, Helen.
Why we need to unite
Around 11,500 women and 80 men in the UK die from breast cancer every year. That’s too many.
Research can change that. You can change that.
Our team of nearly 400 scientists are working around-the-clock to make new discoveries so we can prevent breast cancer, detect it earlier and treat it better. But breast cancer is clever, it keeps evolving, and there are more than 20 different types that we know of.
Our scientists need your support, now more than ever, to make sure they can explore every possible way to stop women dying. Find out more about each area of our research and the work we are doing.
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