Money raised by friends and families from the Beat Breast Cancer charity has been donated to the Liverpool Linda McCartney centre.

The Beat Breast Cancer charity aims to assist women affected by breast cancer by donating funds towards charities and hospitals dedicated to providing dedicated care.

A cheque for £2,100 was presented by medical student Rumaanah Ghantiwala, a trustee at Beat Breast Cancer. 

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She said: “I have come to realise that through education, donations and volunteering we can make a huge difference to the healthcare provided to breast cancer patients. 

“The money donated is to allow hospitals to provide equipment and awareness to ensure the early detection of breast cancer as many times it can go undetected.”