One in seven women and one in 400 men will be affected by breast cancer in their lifetime, and on average we spend more than one third of our lives at work. Raising awareness in the workplace means a range of people educated on the importance of self checking, and more vital information regarding breast cancer. From the Metropolitan police, to Sky media, our Breast Health Masterclass is all about raising awareness in the workplace and promoting early detection. Topics spoken about include, self-checking, how to go about addressing concerns, advice on how to best support a friend, colleague or loved one through breast cancer, and leaves the floor open for questions and conversation afterwards.
“What seemed like a good idea, turned out to be a life saver. Making the time to join your masterclass was one of the most important decisions I have ever made, probably the most important as it turned out. Watching the highly interesting, informative and well-delivered session meant I caught my breast cancer early. I’ve now had surgery to remove the cancer and I’m about to start radiotherapy, all within weeks of making that decision to take a lunch break and learn properly about regularly checking your breasts”- Jane, The Metropolitan Police
Feedback from a recent masterclass with Law Firm Fragomen:
“That was probably the most helpful webinar I’ve ever been on.”
“I thought the session was very powerful.”
“Thank you both so much for putting on this brilliant webinar on breast health.”
To discuss or book a Breast Health Masterclass please contact 02045582950
Amanda Hanison, Support and Awareness Ambassador – firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzanne Brennan, Director of Fundraising – email@example.com
Sylvie and Danielle began Future Dreams with just £100 in 2008. They believed nobody should face breast cancer alone. Their legacy lives on in Future Dreams House. We couldn’t continue to fund support services for those touched by breast cancer, raise awareness of breast cancer and promote early diagnosis and advance research into secondary breast cancer without your help. Please consider partnering with us or making a donation.