Join our online network
Connect with others
If you have been affected by breast cancer, you are invited to join our online network. The online network gives you a way to link with individuals or groups with similar interests, stay in touch at any time to support each other, and share experiences.
Other ways to connect
If the online network is not for you, you can connect with BCNA by subscribing to our free quarterly magazine, The Beacon.
We also run free community information forums around Australia for women diagnosed with breast cancer and their support people. Check the forums information page for upcoming forum locations.
What's a blog?
As a member of our online network you can keep a blog or 'online diary' to share your thoughts and experiences.
You can choose to make your blog public or only to share it with the people you are connected to in the network.
A blog can be a great way to keep family and friends up to date with your progress during treatment and can help with managing your time.
Groups can also use a blog to keep a dialogue going among their members.
- Visit the 'All Posts' page to see all of the latest public blog posts made by online network members
The BCNA blog
The BCNA blog is a central information hub where we keep our members up-to-date with what's happening in BCNA
Online and other groups
Online interest groups
As a member of the online network you can set up, or participate in, an online interest group.
Share your experiences and connect with others in online groups such as:
- Young women affected by breast cancer
- Women living with secondary breast cancer
- Partner support
- Single mums with cancer
- Triple negative breast cancer
- Breast reconstruction
- Men affected by breast cancer
BCNA Member Groups provide face-to-face peer-support for women and families in communities right around the country.
I never thought I would...
A selection of personal stories from women about things they thought they would never do if they hadn't had breast cancer
Helping a friend or colleague with breast cancer
Many women offer their stories in the hope it might help - or inspire - someone else. Here is just a small selection.
The tyranny of distance
Living in rural and remote Australia can bring additional challenges for women with breast cancer.
BCNA works closely with health professionals to achieve better outcomes for women