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So that we are sure our breast cancer and breast health information is reliable and up to date, we apply high standards when we research, write and produce it.
In this section you can read about:
Our charity is a member of the Patient Information Forum (PIF). PIF is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides expert guidance on the development of high-quality health information. They have developed the PIF TICK as a quality mark for health information.
We follow the best practice guidelines developed by PIF and have a rigorous production process for our health and patient information.
References and sources
If you’d like a list of the sources we used to research any of our health and patient information pages or publications, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Website pages in our Information and Support section have a form where you can give anonymous feedback, entitled Let us know what you think. The comments are monitored and, as appropriate, considered when the information is reviewed. There is also a formal feedback system if you prefer.
Our aim is to provide high-quality, accessible information to anyone concerned about breast cancer or breast health.
Our patient information is written by our clinical specialists and reviewed by healthcare professionals and people affected by breast cancer.
We are grateful to the healthcare professionals and people affected by breast cancer who review our publications to ensure that they are accurate and easy to understand.
We update most of our patient information every two years, or sooner if there are changes to evidence, treatment or guidelines.
We value your feedback, which helps us to improve our information. If you’ve got comments on any of our publications, please email us at email@example.com
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are links to two charts showing some of our patient information and support services available at different stages of women’s lives, through breast awareness and, for some, primary or secondary breast cancer diagnoses, treatment and recovery.
Last updated July 2020, next planned review 2021