Superdrug offers in-store consultations

21 Mar 2019 | Advanced breast cancer news

Second Hope welcomes plans for Superdrug to offer in-store medical consultations where women and men can make appointments to have their breasts checked.

The initiative has been developed by Secondary Breast Cancer campaigner Kris Hallenga, who was diagnosed at just 23 with the advanced condition in 2009. She has gone to found the awareness charity Coppafeel which targets young people and encourages them to check their breasts.

Read more on the Independent website.

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