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Ethnic Minority Cancer Awareness Week

To mark Ethnic Minority Cancer Awareness Week, Breast Cancer Care is reaching Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities by hosting a Cancer Awareness Open Day

Date: 15 July 2011, 12-4pm

Venue: Breast Cancer Care 5-13 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0NS

The event will include

  • information about breast, bowel, cervical and prostate cancers
  • why BME communities need to be aware of the warning signs of cancers
  • what services BME communities can access
  • sharing good practice on how to reach BME communities

The event is for registrants only and there are a limited number of places.

For more information or to book a place please contact us at 0845 092 0809 or email bhp@breastcancercare.org.uk

For more information about Ethnic Minority Cancer Awareness Week, visit www.emcaw.co.uk

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, but over half of black and minority ethnic (BME) women say they don’t check their breasts because they don’t know what to look and feel for.

The UK’s leading support charity for people affected by breast cancer, Breast Cancer Care, was part of an alliance of cancer charities that set up Ethnic Minorities Cancer Awareness Week (EMCAW) three years ago to make sure more information is available to everyone from a BME background. This year EMCAW runs from 11 – 17 July.

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