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Join Us in the Fight Against Breast Cancer: A Pink Affair

Breast cancer. You might have heard that it's not as big a deal as it used to be. Some might even say, "It's not that bad" compared to other cancers. But the truth is, breast cancer remains a significant health concern in the UK and around the world. That's why we're here today, ready to take action, to make a difference.

Breast Cancer in the UK

Breast cancer is the most common cancer globally, and the UK is no exception. Every year, over 55,000 people in the UK receive a breast cancer diagnosis, each facing challenging treatment regimes, gruelling side effects, and a whirlwind of emotions, including uncertainty, anxiety, and fear.

In England, approximately 47,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer annually, with Scotland following at around 4,800 cases, Wales at around 2,800 cases, and Northern Ireland at around 1,500 cases. Additionally, about 7,000 people are diagnosed with DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ), an early form of breast cancer, in the UK every year. Shockingly, statistics reveal that 1 in 7 women in the UK will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.

Breast Cancer Awareness Charity: Breast Cancer Now

We are passionate about supporting the fight against breast cancer. That's why we're hosting a Breast Cancer Awareness event at 517 London Road, IP2 0ST – our building. This event aims to raise funds for the charity Breast Cancer Now, a crucial organisation dedicated to tackling breast cancer head-on.

Breast Cancer Now understands that breast cancer isn't yesterday's problem; it's an ongoing challenge. The charity's work is instrumental in improving the lives of those affected by breast cancer and driving research efforts to find better treatments and, ultimately, a cure.

Join Us for a Pink Affair

Here's how you can be a part of this meaningful cause:

  • Date: 19th October, 11am to 1pm

  • Location: 517 London Road, IP2 0ST

  • Minimum Donation: £2

  • Dress Code: Wear Pink to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast cancer is a real and ongoing challenge, affecting the lives of thousands of people every year in the UK. But together, we can make a difference. Join us in our Breast Cancer Awareness event, wear pink, and donate £2 to support Breast Cancer Now. With your help, we can continue to improve survival rates and work towards a future where breast cancer is no longer a threat. Together, we are stronger. Together, we can make a change.

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