Lorraine's Boob Bus makes its final stop... at 10 Downing St!

After travelling more than 1,000 miles across the UK, Lorraine's Boob Bus has made its final stop at 10 Downing Street. Helen Addis, who finished treatment for breast cancer just a week earlier, joined Dr Hilary and MP Craig Tracey to deliver our lifesaving Change and Check stickers to the most famous home in the country.

Learn how to check for symptoms of breast cancer and download our Change and Check sticker here.

Lorraine's Boob Bus arrives in Cardiff

Our Boob Bus has been clocking up the miles travelling all across the UK throughout October and this morning reached Cardiff to educate people and spread awareness about checking for the signs of breast cancer. Joining Helen Addis and Dr Hilary is Welsh rugby player, Robyn Lock, who underwent treatment for lymphoma five years ago and is now lending her voice to our Change and Check campaign.

Learn how to check for the symptoms of breast cancer and download our Change and Check sticker here

Our Boob Bus arrives in Belfast where the PSNI are supporting our Change and Check campaign

Our Boob Bus has made the third stop of its journey, arriving in Belfast with Dr Hilary and Helen Addis on board. Dr Hilary is joined by Superintendent Sue-Ann Steen and Carol Mounce from the PSNI who, along with more than 30 other police services across the UK, have teamed up with our lifesaving Change and Check campaign.

Learn how to check for the symptoms of breast cancer and download our Change and Check sticker here.

Corrie's Sally Dynevor joins us as our Boob Bus arrives in Manchester

Following Tuesday's Boob Bus launch, our double decker has made its way to Great Northern Square in Manchester.

We join Helen Addis, the producer behind our Change and Check campaign, and Steve Bland, whose TV presenter wife Rachel died of breast cancer, as they explain how they're continuing our message to 'check your boobs'.

Check your breasts for the signs and symptoms of breast cancer

Three women thank Change and Check campaign for early breast cancer diagnoses

Since Helen Addis launched our lifesaving Change and Check campaign in April of this year, more than 15,000 stickers have appeared in changing facilities throughout the UK and at least nine women have received early diagnoses of breast cancer thanks to the campaign. Now we're taking that message on the road as Lorraine's Boob Bus travels across the country throughout October hoping to spread even more awareness and get people regularly checking their boobs.

Sinead Scott-Lennon, Sally Nyland and Amy Stott join us in studio to share their thanks to Helen for creating the campaign that prompted them to get their symptoms checked by their GP and ensure an early diagnosis of breast cancer.

All aboard Lorraine's Boob Bus this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This October, Lorraine’s very own pink Boob Bus is hitting the road as we take our lifesaving Change and Check campaign all across the UK during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

With the support of Stagecoach, Lorraine’s Boob Bus will travel from London to Manchester, Belfast, Glasgow and Cardiff delivering our Change and Check stickers and educating people about checking for the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.

> Download the Change And Check sticker here.

Lifesaving Change and Check campaign has made its way to Parliament

In an extraordinary step forward for Lorraine's campaign to raise awareness of breast cancer, Change and Check was yesterday mentioned during PMQs in the House of Commons. MP for North Warwickshire and Bedworth Craig Tracey put the following question to Theresa May: 'Is the Prime Minister aware of the Change and Check campaign being run by Helen Addis, a member of the ITV Lorraine team?'