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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

30 Mar 2016

Stepping into Wellness programs for Term 2

Thanks to the generous support of Pink Affair, we are very pleased to announce that we will be running two Stepping into Wellness gentle exercise programs starting in May. These will be held in Mill Park and Frankston.

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

increase mobility and flexibility
learn specific exercises to…

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We were very pleased to have Natalie Suleyman MP launch our Bridge of Support at Sunshine Hospital this morning. Bridge of Support is a program run at RMH and Sunshine Hospitals, where BreaCan Peer Support Volunteers offer practical and emotional support to women with breast cancer at the hospital.

We are looking forward to continuing to work with staff at Western Health and are grateful to the LUCRF Community Partnership Trust for funding the two-year project. Thank you to everyone who attended the event this morning! Posted: 1 week ago

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Sex, Sensuality and Cancer - BreaCan

Many women experience changes to their sexual self after a cancer diagnosis. If you are looking for ideas and advice on how to manage and embrace these changes, come along to this frank, fun and practical workshop run by sexual health educator Emily Irwin from the womenfriendly sensuality shop Passi… Posted: 2 weeks ago

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