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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

30 Jul 2014

BreaCan at the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia Winter Congress 2014

BreaCan Manager Lee Kennedy attended the recent Cancer Nurses Society of Australia Winter Congress 2014. The conference was a great success with 500 cancer nurses from all over Australia coming together to learn, discuss, debate and reflect. It was great to hear from key note speakers about the importance of consumer participation and the variety of ways to hear patient voices. A special day…

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It is Cancer Council Australia’s Daffodil Day today! Raising funds for research and raising awareness about #cancer.
(This photo is actually of some daffodils one of our volunteers brought in to the Resource Centre last week – we were getting in early :) ) Posted: 1 day, 12 hours ago

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From Jean Hailes for Women’s Health:
Being confident means you believe in your abilities to achieve what you want to achieve. You are more likely to try something new if you are confident – and having confidence will give you the ability to deal with the outcome, whether you succeed or fail. If you are confident you will find it easier to interact with people and build relationships. Confidence also helps you deal with life’s challenges.
The full article is available as a PDF on their website, follow the link below to read it. Posted: 3 days, 11 hours 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.