Be Clear on Cancer campaign
A new national NHS campaign to raise awareness of breast cancer in women aged 70 and over is now running across England from 3 February to 16 March 2014. The Be Clear on Cancer campaign tells women over 70 that if they see any change to their nipples, skin or shape of their breasts they should see their doctor straightaway.
This section contains information about Be Clear on Cancer for healthcare professionals, local teams running cancer awareness and early diagnosis projects, and anyone who wants to find out more about the campaign.
The Be Clear on Cancer brand was developed by the Department of Health and has been in use since January 2011 to promote awareness and early diagnosis of cancer locally, regionally and nationally.
The video below outlines how the Be Clear on Cancer message aims to promote early diagnosis as well as encourage people to visit their GP sooner rather than later.
Find out more about how and where Be Clear on Cancer is being used, and access a range of resources and useful tools by selecting one of the following campaigns:
Be Clear on Cancer is a cancer awareness campaign led by Public Health England, working in partnership with the Department of Health and NHS England. This page contains links to documents that we hope you find useful. Please note however that the views or opinions expressed within those links are not necessarily those of Cancer Research UK.
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