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Discover how they dealt with cancer, amidst the chaos that cancer brings, these individuals found solace in their loved ones and found strength through the support of others.

More Than 50,000 Women Are Diagnosed With Breast Cancer Each Year In The UK, Including Around 4,600 In Scotland.
Each Year, About 5,500 Additional Women Are Diagnosed With An Earlier (Non-Invasive) Form Of Breast Cancer, Called In Situ Breast Carcinoma. These Are Confined To A Specific Area Of The Breast (Usually Milk Ducts) But May Later Develop The Ability To Spread.
Breast Cancer Is The Most Commonly Diagnosed Cancer In Women In The UK.
One In Eight Women In The UK Will Develop Breast Cancer At Some Point In Their Lifetime.
Around 350 Men Are Diagnosed With Breast Cancer Every Year In The UK, Including Around 30 In Scotland.