A new survey has revealed that fewer than four in ten Scottish women check their breasts for signs of cancer.
The research from Breakthrough Breast Cancer Scotland found just 3% of women in Scotland can name the five symptoms of the disease to look out for and now they're trying to raise awareness. Kim Inglis reports.
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