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‘Take Care Of Your Breast Health,’ Says Singer Samantha Barks

Samantha Barks, star of stage and TV and finalist in ‘I’d Do Anything’ – Andrew Lloyd Webber’s search for a ‘Nancy’ to lead a West End production of Oliver! – is keen to help younger women understand their risks.

“A lot of women – younger women especially – don’t realise how simple and important it is to self-check, and to have regular screening,” said Sam.

“I’m delighted to be involved in raising awareness, to encourage women of all ages to take better care of their breast health.”

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women under 35, and most new cases arise in women with no prior family history of the disease. The earlier breast cancer is detected, the better the chances of survival and the less the personal trauma. As well as offering advanced screening technologies, BHUK clinics have specialist nurses who can perform clinical breast examination and teach women how to check themselves properly.

Sam, who is 19, is keen that younger women know how to check their own breasts and are aware of the screening technology that is now available.

“It’s fantastic that women will have easy access to these services, whatever their age,” said Sam.

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