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Supporting women with a gynaecological or breast cancer to live well

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Celebrating 10 years

BreaCan has been supporting women with breast, uterine, ovarian, cervical and other types of gynaeocological cancer for over 10 years. Help us celebrate and get involved.

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Get Involved

BreaCan volunteers are at the heart of what we do, share your cancer experience and make a difference.

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Living with Advanced

BreaCan's Making Connections program for women living with advanced cancer is one of a kind.

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Mobile Navigators

Spending hours on the web looking for the facts, use our BreaCan Navigator app.

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Anniversary morning tea

BreaCan celebrated 10 years with the launch of a new resource and the unveiling of a 10 Year Anniversary Quilt.

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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

25 Feb 2014

It's Teal Ribbon Day - Wednesday 26th February!

Each year, around 1400 Australian women are diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer. Many face significant challenges and need support. BreaCan along with organisations such as Ovarian Cancer Australia provide practical and emotional support to these women.

This is the reason why, each February, in Australia, Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month is held to raise awareness of ovarian cancer and to recognise…

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This Woman's Hilarious Rap Will Convince You To Get A Cervical Smear Test

WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE With the worrying statistics that one quarter of women putting off their cervical smear test for fear or embarrassment, one woman decided to take a stand. Posted: 10 hours, 49 minutes ago

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Peripheral neuropathy (damage to nerves in hands, feet and lower legs) is a side effect of some cancer treatments, particularly chemotherapy treatment. The pain and loss of function resulting from symptoms can be debilitating and distressing and is a common reason why patients stop their treatment… Posted: 1 day, 9 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.

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