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Breast Cancer UK
Help fund animal free research into the causes of breast cancer and help prevent more women being diagnosed.
Breast Cancer UK is completely independent and relies on the support of members of the public to continue its campaign work.
Breast Cancer UK works to prevent breast cancer by tackling the environmental and chemical causes of the disease.
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Find out how you can reduce your own exposure to chemicals and find alternatives to products that contain them.
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A growing body of scientific evidence points to links between our daily exposure to harmful chemicals and an increased risk of breast cancer
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Manifesto for the Prevention of Breast Cancer
Key facts about breast cancer
1 in 8 women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lifetime
Although much rarer 400 men are diagnosed each year in the UK
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the UK
31% of cancers diagnosed in women are breast cancer
1 in 5 cases of breast cancer are in women under 50
Breast cancer rates in England have increased by 99% since records began in 1971
Age standardised incidence rates have increased by 4% in the last ten years
Statistics last updated: 15/5/17
Sources: CRUK and ONS
Help us prevent breast cancer Make a donation now
Help us raise funds so we can continue to support research into the chemicals that cause breast cancer and help protect future generations from this terrible disease.
100 will help support scientific research into breast cancer prevention.
20 will fund educational leaflets to help everyone reduce their risk.
10 will help us to reach out to more than 600 pregnant women with advice on how they can reduce their child s future risk of breast cancer.
New easy way for you to donate to Breast Cancer UK:
Breast Cancer UK registered charity number: 1138866 in England Wales; registered company number: 7348408.
Registered address: Breast Cancer UK Ltd, ‘Solva’, Southwick Road, Denmead, Waterlooville, Hants. PO7 6LA UK