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Life

New technology could eliminate racial disparity in breast cancer screening

Currently, more black women die of breast cancer than white women

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Hollie Richardson
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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 09: Ton Hanks and Rita Wilson attend the 2018 American Friends of Blerancourt Dinner on November 9, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
People

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson reveal how they beat cancer together

Four years after she learned she had breast cancer, Rita Wilson has revealed what she told her husband about her diagnosis.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

This new high street service will teach you how to check for breast cancer

The advice aims to take the uncertainty out of breast exams

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Sarah Shaffi
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People

Lauren Mahon encourages us to make every second count

The podcast host and cancer survivor is the definition of someone who has prevailed in the face of adversity

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Sarah Biddlecombe
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What happened when we tried the latest breast checking tool

This groundbreaking feature could save your life

Long Reads

“How I regained my confidence after going through a mastectomy and chemotherapy”

Anita lost her right breast - and all her body hair - after being diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer

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Stylist Team
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Long Reads

What it's like to rediscover sex after having chemotherapy for breast cancer

This is what it's like to date again after having cancer.

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Natasha Preskey
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Visible Women

Why this pioneering breast cancer researcher is Stylist’s Woman of the Week

In conversation with Dr Rachael Natrajan of the Institute of Cancer Research.

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Moya Crockett
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The Style List

Style List: 30 ways to fight breast cancer

Something caught your eye in this week’s magazine?

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Stylist Team
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Life

This is what it was like to have a mastectomy in the early 19th century

Frances Burney had her breast removed without anaesthetic in 1811. Here, she describes the experience

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Moya Crockett
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Life

4 touching ways you can pay tribute to BBC presenter Rachael Bland

The presenter died aged 40 after suffering from cancer for two years.

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Susan Devaney
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Laura Price
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How it feels to survive breast cancer at 30

“Chemo at 30 is not in anyone's plan”

Visible Women

Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 16/5/18

Hindu priestesses, lesbian witches, breast cancer beer and more

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Moya Crockett
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Food

This new beer is brewed specially for breast cancer patients

The taste was developed to appeal to the palates of women undergoing breast cancer treatment.

Posted by
Moya Crockett
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Visible Women

Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 2/5/18

Thousands of UK women miss out on breast cancer screenings, a newsreader challenges beauty norms, and more

Posted by
Moya Crockett
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Happy Place

Why it’s so important to regularly check your boobs

"I hate to be such a buzz kill, but your life may depend on it."

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Stylist Team
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Visible Women

Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 1/2/18

Scotland passes new domestic abuse law, women plan to wear black to the BAFTAs, and more

Posted by
Susan Devaney
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Life

Two new “breakthrough” breast cancer drugs to be available through the NHS

Thousands of women with previously untreatable breast cancer will have access

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Susan Devaney
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Amy Swales
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Arresting mastectomy photo series showcases beauty of “living flat”

14 women reveal their scars for Stand Up To Cancer

People

Julia Louis-Dreyfus uses breast cancer diagnosis to make vital point

“1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one.”

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Kayleigh Dray
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