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Balwinder's story

Bal wants to show the Asian community and other underrepresented diverse communities that there is no need to shy away from talking about a breast cancer diagnosis openly and honestly without fear or judgement.

Dean's story

Dean’s passionate about raising awareness of male breast cancer after his father was diagnosed at the age of 60.

Kate's story

Kate is a 38-year-old wife, mum and so much more. She's raising money for research, to make sure that one day other mums won’t have to go through a secondary breast cancer diagnosis.

Jo's story

Jo’s world crumbled when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She’s now raising awareness about the early stages of breast cancer and how to know your body, to detect breast cancer earlier.

Sam's story

Sam was diagnosed with Stage 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. She’s taking part in wear it pink to encourage more conversations about breast cancer awareness.

Suzy's story

Suzy experienced pain in her breast and armpit when running and was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. She’s taking part in wear it pink to help raise awareness for breast cancer.

Keeley's story

Keeley made it her mission to raise money for breast cancer charities during her treatment and is passionate about raising awareness of breast cancer.

Sophie's story

My diagnosis has made me more determined to enjoy every moment, especially with my daughter, to say yes to things and not put off things I want to do ‘for another day'.

Ken's story

Ken was diagnosed with male breast cancer in Autumn 2019, but says he’s lucky because he knew to check, and lucky to have been supported throughout.

Trudie's story

Trudie has the BRCA2 gene and was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017. Her confidence is growing, and she wanted to encourage others to be comfortable in their skin.

Rosemarie's story

After her own diagnosis in 2017, Rosemarie is wearing it pink for anyone who has been affected by breast cancer.

Pete's story

Pete is dedicated to raising funds for breast cancer research, as he knows that statistically we’ll all know someone affected by the disease.