Public Health England is relaunching the Be Clear on Cancer Breast Cancer in Women over 70 campaign on 22 February. The campaign will run until the end of March. Pre-ordering of printed materials is now available from the Campaign Resource Centre (CRC).
The Breast Cancer in Women over 70 campaign has run across England twice before. As well as reminding older women that the risk of breast cancer increases with age, the campaign also seeks to increase awareness of breast cancer symptoms, particularly non-lump symptoms. The campaign urges women who notice any changes to their breasts to visit their GP as soon as possible. If breast cancer is diagnosed early, it is more likely to be treated successfully. More details on the campaign can be found in the briefing sheet.
Communications Toolkit – The communications toolkit containing an overview of the campaign and various tools, such as for social media and resources for disabled people and the BAME community, can now be downloaded from the CRC.
Pre-order the following items today:
Please note delivery of these materials will commence from mid-February.
If you require bulk ordering for any pharmacies, hospitals, GP surgeries, housing associations, care homes, libraries or any other relevant settings please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org