The following links may be useful for further research that you may want to make
A one-stop site for information about breast cancer in Australia.
This includes a national directory of breast cancer services provided by private and public hospitals.
This booklet describes the different fertility options available to younger women with early breast cancer. It has been designed specifically to help patients consider the pros and cons and work out which fertility treatment, if any, is best suited to their situation.
Cancer Screen (BreastScreen) is the national mammographic screening program. It provides free screening mammograms for women aged 50-69, with the aim of reducing deaths from breast cancer in this target grou
This website offers a one-stop platform with interactive cancer data, providing people with high quality data which allows for monitoring and reporting of national trends over time, to provide the knowledge to guide national cancer control in Australia.
Breast reconstruction can be a difficult discussion to have, particularly when you have to think about all the other ramifications of having a breast cancer. BRECONDA is a very useful tool for our patients, scientifically developed to help patients decide if they want a reconstruction and if so what type.
Breast Cancer Trials is a group of world-leading breast cancer doctors and researchers based in Australia and New Zealand committed to exploring and finding better treatments for people affected by breast cancer through clinical trials research.