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Everyone has breast tissue and people of all genders can get breast cancer. CoppaFeel! and Live Through This have produced these new resources for trans and non-binary people to ensure everyone is empowered with the information they need to get to know their bodies.
The wait is over, our shiny new, game-changing tool, The Self-Checkout has arrived! The Self-Checkout is designed to help you get to know your chest by addressing some of the common barriers to checking.
You may have seen in the news that Sarah Harding has written about dismissing a change in her boobs. The “denial” Sarah felt is something we know a lot of young people experience, and we want to provide reassurance for those who have noticed a change. Here’s our guide to what to do if you’ve noticed something unusual.
For World Cancer Day this year, we worked with award winning animation studio, Animade, to bring you #StopAndCoppaFeel. The three animations were aimed to inspire people to be unafraid and take action by calling their doctor if they find any concerning changes to their chest.
We’re casting our minds all the way back to January 2020 and reflecting on the past year at Boob HQ!
Thank you to everyone who supported the Big Bounce Back! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
Times may be changing quickly, but we’re here to help you adapt. Think of us as an online agony aunt with a very unique specialism in covid and cancer, and some friends in high places (also known as the Medical Advisory Group) who’re on hand to help you at any time.
Dr Victoria Harmer is a Macmillan breast care Consultant nurse at Imperial College NHS Trust. She manages 9 nurse specialists and is heavily involved in service delivery and improvement for both the screening and symptomatic breast services.
Sandra trained as an RGN in Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in North Wales, later specialising in Women’s Health at Queen Charlottes and Chelsea Hospital and working on gynae/oncology ward at UCH before moving back to North Wales to become a practice nurse.
Adam is a senior surgical doctor based on the South Coast, training to be a breast cancer surgeon with an interest in reconstructive breast surgery. He is passionate about empowering patients with knowledge and confidence to make the right choices for them.