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Breast Cancer Awareness: How You Can Get Involved

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month; find out what you can do to get invovled and support this ever-important cause…

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. I always thought “awareness” was on odd way to put it. I was sure that everyone knew about breast cancer, so who needs to be made aware? It is not about awareness of its existence, but of the signs and things we can all do to stay alert to any changes we may see, for our own bodies and health.

As the daughter of a breast cancer survivor, it is paramount to me that we do the necessary checks and monitoring. The signs can be so easily missed. For my mum, hers was found at a mammogram trial for under 50’s women, completely chosen at random. Had that not happened, she wouldn’t be here today.  


  • Look for abnormalities in the shape, colour and size. 
  • Feel them. Do you notice any lumps or changes? 
  • Do the same check with your arms raised, stood up, lying down.  
  • Spend time doing this. Don’t rush the process.  

There are numerous brands running Breast Cancer Awareness month campaigns and fundraisers, with proceeds going to charities which support the cause and help fight the disease. The National Breast Cancer Foundation offers a number of ways you can get involved, which we’ve listed below… 


  • Host your own fundraiser (COVID safe if necessary of course). 
  • Share your story. 
  • Listen to the stories of those affected physically, and the families of those. 
  • Donate where possible or volunteer your time. 
  • Grab yourself a pink ribbon and wear it proudly. 

Of course, breast cancer is scary, but being proactive in spotting the signs ourselvesm normalising conversations and having regular checks doesn’t have to be.


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