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Bosom Buddies, a group that supports women with breast cancer, was visited by Dame Sally Davies, the former chief medical officer for England.

Dame Sally Davies takes part in a nutrition and fitness class run for women who have had cancer. Picture: Richard Marsham
Dame Sally Davies takes part in a nutrition and fitness class run for women who have had cancer. Picture: Richard Marsham

Dame Sally, who is also the master of Trinity College, visited the group at the Bodywork Company Dance Studios on Monday, October 21.

Founded by Sheila Kissane-Marshall – herself a breast cancer survivor – Bosom Buddies organises tailored fitness and advice sessions, over a 12-week living well course, to help breast cancer survivors regain their physical and emotional strength.

Sheila Kissane-Marshall and Dame Sally Davies. Picture: Richard Marsham
Sheila Kissane-Marshall and Dame Sally Davies. Picture: Richard Marsham

Sheila said: “Dame Sally came to the class and did the dance element of it.

It [the programme] has been really well-received and I really want to be able to roll it out nationally.”



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