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wear it pink
22.10.21
wear it pink
22.10.21

Georgina's story

After fortunately catching her lump early, Georgina’s breast cancer diagnosis triggered a strong drive within her to highlight the importance of checking your breasts regularly. She’s wearing it pink for the future generations.

Kendra's story

After being diagnosed with breast cancer last year, Kendra will be wearing it pink in solidarity with other women like her - not just to raise money, but also awareness.

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.

Corinne's story

In 2020, Corinne was diagnosed with breast cancer and went through treatment – all during a nationwide lockdown.

Fifi's story

FiFi was diagnosed with breast cancer after checking her breasts for the first time and finding a lump. She’s passionate about encouraging others to check their bodies too, and the importance of early detection.

Fiona's story

With no noticeable symptoms, Fiona was diagnosed with breast cancer following her first routine mammogram. She’s sharing her story to help others realise they are not alone.

Iyna's story

Iyna is passionate about giving back. She supports, raises awareness, and educates South Asian women about breast cancer, to help break taboos within her community.

Kayla's story

Breast Cancer Now volunteer, Kayla, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of just 20. She’s passionate about being there to help others, and raising awareness of breast cancer amongst younger women.

Kirsty's story

Kirsty is still coping with side effects from her treatment, but she's passionate about helping others.

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.

Rosemarie's story

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

Jennifer's story

Jennifer is a mum of two living with secondary breast cancer. She's wearing it pink to raise awareness.