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Meet our 24 amazing models who will be taking to the runway in The Show 2024.

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I'd like to give hope to others that no matter how tough things get, you can learn to smile again at the end of it.

Adrienne
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Cancer treatment pushes you to your knees. It takes you to places you never thought you’d go. Being able to ring the end of the treatment bell was the proudest moment of my life.

Angelina
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I’d like to show other women that no matter what changes cancer causes, whether that be weight issues, hair loss or loss of symmetry, you are beautiful.

Ashleigh
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There were tears of sadness in my husband and daughters’ eyes when I was diagnosed. I was going to change my negative news into something positive. I was going to live to tell my story.

Bernadette
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I was called as part of a mammogram trial for people aged 47 to 50. My surgeon said that if I'd waited until the usual age for a mammogram, I would have had a very different outcome.

Emma-Jane
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I was diagnosed in November 2023 with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Although I’d lost both my mum and step-mum to breast cancer, it was a shock, as I didn't know that men could get it.

Geoff
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I’ve profoundly changed because I had to. I’m far more fierce but also vulnerable. I’ve made some incredible friends along the way, most importantly my neighbour and fellow model Keri.

Hannah
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Being autistic, I found many aspects of my treatment difficult. I’d love to raise awareness of the effects of breast cancer diagnosis and cancer treatment on autistic people.

Helen
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At 28, I found a lump when I was pregnant with my first child. When my daughter was 4 weeks old, I went to the doctors. 3 weeks later, I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer.

Keisha
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I want to show other women, and men, that ‘perfect’ comes in many different forms. It’s how you feel about yourself that counts.

Kendra
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It’s the club you never want to be part of however, once you are, you make these strange yet solid relationships, like my fabulous friendship with my neighbour Hannah.

Keri
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Although our bodies may not be perfect and we have scars, we’ve faced a dark time and now we deserve to be in the spotlight.

Kuia
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Since my secondary diagnosis, I want to push myself to do things that might have been previously out of my comfort zone.

Linda
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I’m excited for my Dad, who went through breast cancer himself, to see me representing our journey surviving cancer.

Lorraine
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Help me help others celebrate life and inspire a future for all of us living with breast cancer.

Marilyn
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I’m here to wave the flag for men who don’t get mentioned in many conversations about breast cancer. I now tell men to check their chests to catch a diagnosis early.

Mark
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While having cancer on the whole is rubbish, I feel that people can get so much from me sharing my story, as well as representing being a young, Black, queer woman.

Miranda
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My story is not of sadness, but of hope, transformation and one woman’s quest to live with purpose, gratitude and joy.

Mita
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I've always struggled with my body image. That's starting to change, and I think having breast cancer is helping me love this version of my body.

Panna
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My breast cancer journey has prompted at least 9 friends over 71 to request a mammogram. I’ll continue to ‘publicise’ the fact that those who are 71+ can still ask for an NHS mammogram.

Patricia
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I’d love to show myself, my family and my friends just how far I’ve come since my diagnosis. And I want to share my story to inspire others in similar situations.

Pauline
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As a mixed race woman in her late 60s, with a smile and a positive attitude, perhaps I could help represent other women from ethnic minorities.

Sharron
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When I was diagnosed, I was shattered. But then I took the view that I had to be positive to aid my recovery. I challenged myself to climb the 100 highest mountain peaks in Wales.

Sheila
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Breast cancer has left me with emotional scarring and health anxiety, but I’m resilient. Life is short, and I’ve got to make the most of it. I want to embrace every opportunity.

Sheryl

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