Morrisons, a UK supermarket chain, announced on Monday that it had teamed up with the government-run National Health Service to label underclothes with information about the first signs of breast and testicular cancer. The program comes in the midst of report wait times for NHS care due to a pandemic backlog, repeated doctor strikes, and long-term staff retention issues. In its Nutmeg clothing line, Morrison’s will immediately stock the counsel names in boxer clothes, followed by crop-top bras in the upcoming months. A QR code linking client will be included with NHS guidance on first symptoms, such as altered breast appearance and design or simple swellings in testicles.
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