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Having radiotherapy as part of your breast cancer treatment can be challenging if you live in a regional or rural area and need to travel because treatment is not available locally. For some women it can mean long periods of time away from home as well as travel expenses, which can add up when you need to stay overnight or drive long distances. BCNA is supportive of Cancer Australia’s best...
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We are excited to tell you there is still time to join the group of inspiring people taking on our 2017 Tassie Trek! During the seven day Inspired Adventure you will take in Tasmania’s breathtaking landscapes as you wind through lush rainforests and pristine coastline. For more information on this rewarding challenge, all in support of Australians affected by breast cancer, visit
Did you know that next month a group of very BRAVE people will be jumping 14,000 feet out of a plane in support of BCNA and Australians affected by breast cancer? With so many exciting ways to support BCNA in 2017, make sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page for events near you! You can support our BRAVE skydivers by making a donation and leaving them a message of support at...
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Lots of things can change when you’re diagnosed with breast cancer – some people feel less independent, some face financial difficulties, others find it hard to be the person being looked after rather than looking after their family. But what if you haven’t had the chance to complete your family or even start a family? You shouldn’t lose the opportunity to have children just because you have...
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We are proud to share this feel good video from the 2016 Carman's Women's Fun Run which captures the essence of the day perfectly – inspiring, commemorative, energetic and PINK! Thanks to everyone involved, we hope to see you next year! (Tag your friends if you see them!)
To everyone celebrating today, have a wonderful Christmas and a safe and happy New Year! BCNA X
We want to extend a very BIG thank you to everyone who supported us in 2016! Without your generosity, commitment and support we would not be able to achieve all that we do and provide much-needed support to all Australians affected by breast cancer. Thank you from everyone at BCNA!
While the BCNA office will be closed until 3 January, our online network will remain open if you need someone to talk to over the holiday break. We know the festive season can be challenging if you or a loved one has breast cancer, but our wonderful members on our online network are always there to lend an ear and help you find the support you need. Join our online network here...
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When Rob was diagnosed with breast cancer a lot of people he knew were shocked to learn that men can get breast cancer too. Because of this lack of awareness men are often diagnosed later, and this leads to poorer health outcomes. With your help we can continue to provide all Australians affected by breast cancer with information and support during their breast cancer diagnosis. To support our...
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Our members tell us that providing meaningful support to someone during their breast cancer treatment can be very simple. According to our 31 acts of kindness calendar – which we designed from feedback from our members – it’s little things like calling to say hello or bringing them some flowers that can make a real difference. Find out how you can support a loved one with breast cancer this...
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We recently asked our members what special little things people did for them after their breast cancer diagnosis that made them feel supported and brightened their day. We are really proud to share your 31 acts of kindness – one for each day of the festive season! We love tip number 8 – take the dog for a walk! You can see all 31 acts of kindness in the calendar we have created here [...
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Tomorrow is the last day for our Beacon subscribers to sign up to receive the magazine online and go in the running to win one of six PINK KitchenAid stand mixers! To find out if you are eligible and enter the competition visit
We love a Friday funny - especially for a good cause! Thanks to everyone who has supported BCNA by having an #AbFabXmas in celebration of the release of the #AbFabDVD. $100 from every post using the hashtags is donated to BCNA!
Terry knew men could get breast cancer but he never thought it would happen to him. Even after he developed an irritation in his nipple and felt a small lump, he still didn’t think it would be breast cancer. More than 16,000 Australians will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and that includes 150 men. Help us support people like Terry who have been affected by this disease by donating...
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During November Fernwood Fitness clubs set out to raise 100k for BCNA and we are thrilled to report they have surpassed that target and raised an incredible $128k! We have loved seeing Fernwood members from all across the country come together to get active, improve their fitness and show their support for Australians affected by breast cancer. It’s a partnership we are very proud off and we...
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It’s not too late to register for our free breast cancer information forum in Hahndorf, SA this Thursday, which has sessions for early breast cancer and people living with metastatic breast cancer. If you or anyone you know would benefit from additional information about living well during and beyond a breast cancer diagnosis, you can register here
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Carman's Women's Fun Run today in support of BCNA and all Australians affected by breast cancer. We know many of you participate as a tribute to someone who has been affected by breast cancer, for someone who has died from breast cancer, or because you yourself are a survivor. Every year we are so inspired by your stories. It was a really special...
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Today is International Day of People with Disability and we would like to thank everyone who shared their breast cancer stories as part of BCNA’s Disability Project this year. We are looking forward to 2017 when we will be sharing our plans – shaped by your experiences – to increase the support available for people with a disability who have breast cancer.
After finishing her breast cancer treatment in October, Kat is determined to get back to being active and well. She is participating in this year’s Carman's Women's Fun Run and raising money for BCNA to ensure other women are provided the information and resources that she found so helpful during her own diagnosis. It’s not too late to sign up for the event this Sunday and show your support....
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