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Secondary breast cancer

Being diagnosed with secondary breast cancer can come as a great shock. If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer, it’s important to get the right information. Getting the right information can help you make informed decisions and give you greater control over your treatment choices and wellbeing.


BCNA Report - The support and information needs of women with secondary breast cancer

In August 2014, BCNA undertook research with more than 580 Australians living with secondary breast cancer. A comprehensive report on the findings was launched by the Australian Minister for Health, the Hon. Sussan Ley MP, in October 2015. To read about the research findings, and download a copy of the report, visit the Research reports page.