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Nottingham Breast Institute

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The Nottingham Breast Institute

The website has patient information leaflets, clinic information, breast screening, reconstruction, support links and more.


Local Support Groups


Self Examination Awareness


Coppafeel's main aim is to try and educate everyone on the importance of regularly checking your boobs. They have materials you can order to help with fundraising, raising awareness in schools and for healthcare professionals.


Boobie Date reminds us to set a date in our calendars for regular boob self checks. The site aims to share advice and public resources from other organisations to raise awareness of the importance of self examination.


Dedicated Support Groups

Building Resilience in Breast Cancer Centre Promote new research to understand emotional vulnerability in women affected by breast cancer and interventions to build resilience and well-being.
Ellie's friends Freebies available to adults over 16, either in active cancer treatment or recovering from cancer treatment.
Mummy's star Supports women affected by cancer during pregnancy or within 12 months of giving birth.
Younger Breast Cancer Network (YBCN) Peer support network for younger women under 45. A good resource for breast cancer related issues that affect younger women.
The Osborne Trust  Provides recreational activities e.g bowling, cinema etc for children who have a parent undergoing cancer treatment.
Willow Foundation Willow is a national charity working with seriously ill young adults aged 16 to 40 to fulfil uplifting and unforgettable Special Days.

More Help With Breast Cancer Awareness

Expert information to answer your questions about breast cancer. They also have information on local support groups and fundraising events.
The UK's largest breast cancer research charity. Their site has expert information about the disease, their research and fundraising activities.  
Cancer Research UK have a lot of expert information about breast cancer. From symptoms and getting diagnosed to survival and support.


Financial advice, support and info about cancer and it's treatments.



Practical, emotional and social support from professional staff.

- Look good, feel better
- Workshop on dealing with hair loss.



NHS Choices information on symptoms, diagnosis and treatments.


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Nottingham Breast Cancer Research Centre

Division of Cancer and Stem Cells, School of Medicine
University of Nottingham
Room AD 2-3-113, Floor 1 (above South Entrance)
City Hospital Campus
Nottingham, NG5 1PB

email: Research Administrator