CoppaFeel! on the hunt for Uni Boob Team Leaders
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Boobs, hooters, breasts and lady lumps - we all have them. But do we really know them? CoppaFeel! is a breast cancer awareness charity that educates young people on the importance of checking their boobs regularly and knowing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. It was founded in October 2009 by Kristin Hallenga, who herself was misdiagnosed twice with breast cancer at age 23 and now lives with secondary breast cancer. Kristin and her identical twin Maren set up CoppaFeel! with the aim of stamping out late detection and misdiagnosis of breast cancer by ensuring that people know the signs and symptoms, know what their boobs look and feel like normally, check their boobs regularly throughout their lifetime and have the confidence to seek medical referral when they detect abnormalities. CoppaFeel! are currently seeking dedicated student ambassadors known as Uni Boob Team Leaders. Their role is to recruit a Boob Team and be a friendly reminder to students on campus of the need to check your breasts regularly, be familiar with what they look and feel like normally and know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.
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