‘Time To Unite’ - A Live Virtual Self-check Event

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This event ended on Wednesday 21st of October 2020
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http://www.timetoendbreastcancer.co.uk/

Please note: as you will no doubt be aware COVID-19 is leading to many events being cancelled or postponed. Please check with the organisers of any event listed here to confirm it is going ahead as planned.

After publishing new research revealing that nearly two thirds of women are feeling less connected to their friends and family as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with 43% of women less likely to share breast health concerns, The Estée Lauder Companies’ (ELC) Breast Cancer Campaign UK & Ireland is launching its first ever Time to Unite live virtual self-check and panel event on Wednesday, the 21st October.


Kicking off at 7pm BST, the event is open to anyone who wishes to be part of this inspirational and educational event. Host Alesha Dixon will be joined by an inspirational panel of Breast Cancer survivors and women who passionate about raising awareness about the importance of self-checking. Special guests include Dr Zoe Williams, Leanne Pero, Kris Hallenga, Sebina Hussain, and Lauren Mahon and Helen Addis.


PANEL: 


- Host: Artist, TV Personality – Alesha Dixon
- Senior Vice President & General Manger of The Estée Lauder Companies UK & Ireland – Sue Fox 
- Global Ambassador of The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Campaign -  Elizabeth Hurley 
- GP, supporter of Breast Cancer Campaign and ‘self-check’ demonstrator – Dr Zoe 
- Entrepreneur, breast cancer survivor and founder of ‘Black Women Rising’ – Leanne Pero 
- Cancer campaigner and presenter of ‘You, Me and The Big C’ – Lauren Mahon 
- Founder of breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! - Kris Hallenga 
- Breast cancer survivor and founder of ‘Change and Check’ campaign – Helen Addis 
- Digital Content Creator & Consultant – Sebina Hussain


Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK, with an average of approximately 150 cases diagnosed every day. Early detection is critical to breast cancer survival rates. 


To attend, please go to the website (link above). 

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