Change and Check - the nationwide Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.
On 30th April this year, Helen Addis launched Lorraine’s ‘Change and Check’ campaign, which encourages women across the UK to check their breasts by putting stickers on mirrors in women’s changing rooms, in shops and gyms. The ‘Change And Check’ stickers are there as a reminder to check for the symptoms of breast cancer .
The campaign has since gained nationwide success, including the support of the Metropolitan Police, Madonna and even Naomi Campbell!
Download a 'Change and Check' sticker here.
For more information on everything ‘Change and Check’ click here: https://www.itv.com/lorraine/change-and-check
For information on breast cancer, we have helplines available here.
Back in 2016, Loose Women launched the 'Never Too Late To Tell' campaign, which encourages people to come forward and talk about the abuse they suffered as a child. This came with the hope of helping people feel less alone.
It has inspired Benidorm actress Crissy Rock, who now feels ready to bravely tell the story of how her Grandad physically and sexually abused her since she was seven.
If you've been affected in any way by Crissy Rock's story, we have helplines available:
Always wanted to go behind the scenes of your favourite ITV Daytime shows? We've got good news for you! We’re delighted to announce that this summer, ITV will kick-off a new and exciting behind-the-scenes guided tour around the iconic studio sets at Television Centre in London, guaranteeing a truly unique and unforgettable television experience.
Register details at www.daytimestudiostour.co.uk for advanced priority booking
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