Dr Ann Hoskins, Public Health England, and cancer survivor Diana Moran
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Breast cancer warning signs 'not always a lump'

Campaigners are urging older women to be more aware of the symptoms of breast cancer and to seek urgent medical advice.

A survey by the government health agency Public Health England found that fewer than half of the women over 70 who were questioned could name a symptom, apart from a lump. Women over 70 are also more likely to delay going to their GP.

Dr Ann Hoskins and and cancer survivor "Green Goddess" Diana Moran told BBC Breakfast that women have to consider more than the obvious symptoms.

  • 13 Jul 2015
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