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Supporting women with a gynaecological or breast cancer to live well

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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

07 Jan 2015

Give the gift of time and volunteer for BreaCan

Are you a good listener? Do you like helping others?

BreaCan peer support volunteers help women facing a gynaecological or breast cancer diagnosis through listening, supporting and providing information. We’re currently looking for more women to join BreaCan as peer support volunteers.
What do I need to volunteer with BreaCan?

you need a personal experience of a gynaecological or breast…

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Here’s the poster that BreaCan presented at the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer 2015 Survivorship Conference in Adelaide last weekend. Staff member Fiona attended the conference, and it was a great opportunity to share learnings and consumer perspectives from a project that we were involved in, in partnership with the Royal Melbourne and Royal Women’s Hospitals, Western Hospital and the Inner North West Melbourne Medicare Local. Posted: 2 weeks, 5 days ago

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What’s On The Horizon In Treatment And Research For Ovarian Cancer - BreaCan

An Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month event hosted by BreaCan and Ovarian Cancer Australia. Dr Deborah Neesham will speak about up and coming treatments and new directions in research for ovarian cancer. Dr Neesham is a Gynaecological Oncologist in the Oncology and Dysplasia Unit at The Women’s. She is… Posted: 3 weeks 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.

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