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Help WTW raise awareness this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Show your support for breast cancer charity, Walk the Walk, during breast cancer awareness month by Rocking your Bra T-shirt on Friday 4th October!

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Guy shares his story of Walking 1000 miles

To give you motivation during training for your breast cancer charity walk, hear from Country Walking Magazine Editor, Guy, on the #walk1000miles challenge!

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Lynne Parsons of Magic Radio

Magic Radio supports breast cancer charity Walk the Walk

Lynn Parsons and Magic Radio continue to support charity Walk the Walk at The MoonWalk London and the fight against breast cancer

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Men get breast cancer too. Interview with Lynn Parsons, Magic presenter and MoonWalker David

Magic Radio support David and The MoonWalk London 2019

David Talbot was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 – one of 350 men a year in the UK who find out they have the disease. He completed The MoonWalk London while still going through treatment.

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Andy's 2018 Nijmegen Marches Adventure...

Walker Andy shares experience of Nijmegen Marches, following numerous charity marathons with breast cancer charity, Walk the Walk.

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Men get breast cancer too - MoonWalk London and MoonWalk Scotland

New T-shirts from breast cancer charity Walk the Walk hope to spread awareness that Men Get Breast Cancer Too

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Raising Awareness - Men Get Breast Cancer Too

I have come away thinking that it is more important than ever to be continuing to spread the message that men get breast cancer too.

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Six men who have all had breast cancer are telling their incredible stories this morning as a new survey shows more than half of men have never checked themselves for symptoms of breast cancer #MenGetBreastCancerToo! #BCAM

Men Get Breast Cancer Too!

"I would encourage all men to check themselves regularly and if they have any concern at all, they should go to see their GP. People shouldn’t be afraid to visit their GP – there is no such thing as a wasted appointment, it could potentially save their life.”

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I’m 58 years old, MALE and am fighting breast cancer.

If I feel low, I will remember those who are not so lucky as I am and can’t even walk because of fighting ‘The Beast’ I’ll be carrying them in my heart.

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