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Everyone is welcome at BreaCan

We are a statewide service dedicated to helping women, their families and friends during and beyond a cancer treatment.

We specialise in supporting women with breast, uterine, ovarian, cervical and other types of gynaecological cancer. If you are a women living in Victoria and affected by breast or a gynaecological cancer, we have a range of support and information services for you. We can make a difference to you, your friends and family, call us on 1300 781 500 for a confidential chat.

At BreaCan you’ll receive support from people who know, because they’ve been there.

BreaCan News

08 Sep 2016

Stepping into Wellness Programs for Term 4

BreaCan will be running two more Stepping into Wellness gentle exercise programs. These programs will be held in Berwick and Sunshine.

Exercise has major benefits for women following cancer diagnosis and treatment. Our program can help to:

increase mobility and flexibility
boost your energy levels
safely improve your range of movement
regain confidence in your body
have fun…

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Your Pelvic Floor - Why is it so important?

All women over 50 need to know about their pelvic floor muscles – what they do, why they’re important, how to exercise them, and where to get support or further information. Libby Oldfield a Specialist Continence and Women’s Health physiotherapist and Co-Director of Fitwise Physiotherapy will talk o… Posted: 1 week, 3 days ago

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Breast Cancer Network Australia

We believe all Australians should have access to information and support when they are diagnosed with breast cancer, which is why we are developing a plan to support people with a disability who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. To do this we need help – if you or someone you know has a disability and has been diagnosed with breast cancer, we want to hear from you. Read more about this project at Posted: 1 week, 4 days ago

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Health Professionals

Are you a health professional working with women affected by breast or a gynaecological cancer? Find out how we can support your clients, their families and friends through active treatment and beyond.