Anyone can get breast cancer. Do you know your normal? Get to know your breasts with some TLC - Touch, Look, Check.

Learn what to look out for

Anyone can be affected by breast cancer

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Around 6,000 women aged 45 or younger are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK each year. Read their stories.

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Many people don’t know that men can get breast cancer because they don’t think of men as having breasts. But men do have a small amount of breast tissue. Listen to Tony's podcast on being a man with breast cancer.

Many different things can affect your chances of getting breast cancer.

Many different things can affect your chances of getting breast cancer. It results from a combination of the way we live our lives, our genes, and our environment. Find out about the causes of breast cancer.

Spread the word – Touch, Look, Check

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Public Health Talks

From breast cancer facts to knowing the signs and symptoms, our Public Health Talks cover the important information about breast cancer so you can raise awareness in your community.

Learn about public health talks

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Share the TLC infographic

Share and save our TLC infographic on Twitter to make sure everyone knows the signs of breast cancer.

Share the signs

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Learn what to look out for

There are many reasons why someone might not check their breasts but doing so could make all the difference. Get to know your breasts with some TLC - Touch, Look, Check.

Learn what to look for

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Felt or seen anything unusual? If so, contact your GP and get it checked out

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