The Brazette

Know Yourself

21 September 2021

Breast cancer can affect any body. Getting to know yours could save your life. 

Anyone can be affected by breast cancer, but a quarter of young people don’t realise they are at risk. It’s why we’ve launched our new campaign to encourage you to get to Know Yourself. Know your body, know it’s quirks, know how it changes, and if you notice something unusual for you, speak to your GP. Knowing what’s normal for you means you have the best possible chance of early detection, and early detection saves lives.

Watch the film and visit the CoppaFeel! Self-Checkout to find out more about breast cancer and your body.

Know Yourself CoppaFeel!
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CoppaFeel! Self-Checkout

We know it can feel like there’s a lot to learn when you've never checked before, or don't have much experience of it. But we've got simple tips and easy-to-use tools to help you get to know what’s normal for you.

Visit the Self-Checkout

Get to know
Your Boobs
Book Check 101

Our complete guide on how to check your boobs, and what you should be looking out for when you CoppaFeel!

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“I thought I was too young to have breast cancer”

Lucy’s Story

When Lucy – who stars in Know Yourself – found a lump on her breast, cancer didn’t even cross her mind. Lucy spoke to BBC Newsbeat about facing a diagnosis in her twenties and why early diagnosis is so important.

Read Lucy’s Story


For media enquiries or to download our press pack, head to the CoppaFeel! press room.

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Knowing your boobs could save your life, so sign up for one of our regular reminders to check your boobs.

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