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  • BCNA celebrates inaugural Male Breast Cancer Awareness Day

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    BCNA is raising awareness that men get breast cancer too by launching Australia’s first Male Breast Cancer Awareness Day on 20 October 2017. This year it is expected that 144 men will be diagnosed wi... Read more

  • Supporting young women with breast cancer

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    This year around 850 women under the age of 40 will be diagnosed with breast cancer. For these young women, breast cancer can bring some specific and difficult challenges, including issues relating t... Read more

  • Over 18,000 Australians to be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018

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    In 2018, an estimated 18,235 Australians –18,087 women and 148 men – will be diagnosed with breast cancer.[i] This means that approximately 50 Australians will be diagnosed with breast cancer each day... Read more

  • Pink Lady Match

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    The MCG turned pink inside and out!  Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) would like to thank our members and supporters for getting behind the Pink Lady Match and making it such a great success.  ... Read more

  • Breast cancer in men

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    Are you a man who has been diagnosed with breast cancer? Many people are surprised to learn that men can develop breast cancer. Fortunately, breast cancer in men is rare and it accounts for less than... Read more

  • New diagnosis

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      Being told that you have breast cancer usually comes as a shock. For many women there are no outward signs or symptoms of the disease. For others who experienced symptoms, it’s quite normal to have ... Read more

  • Two new resources for people living with metastatic breast cancer

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    BCNA’s new booklets, Planning Ahead and When someone you love has metastatic breast cancer, are now available from bcna.org.au. The two new resources complete the suite that makes up Hope & Hurdl... Read more

  • Help us help breast cancer survivors post treatment

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    Every day 50 Australians will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The chance of surviving at least five years is now 90 percent and there are over 200,000 Australians living today who have been diagnosed... Read more

  • Understanding breast cancer

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    Breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting Australian women. In 2018, it is estimated that 18,087 women and 148 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer.[i] This means that approximately 18,23... Read more

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