We are pleased to be welcoming Lee Kennedy as the BreaCan Manager. Lee brings a range of skills and expertise to this position. She has extensive experience in the primary health field including the Department of Health, community health and the management of a Primary Care Partnership in the Western region. She has also undertaken

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Our annual Year in Review has been produced and it highlights the achievements and work of the service for the financial year 2011 to 2012. This year’s publication reflects on what is the ‘fabric of BreaCan’ – the things that make the service special and unique, alongside the many achievements reached in the past financial

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We are happy to announce a new addition to the BreaCan staff team. Mary Macheras-Magias has commenced as Project and Training Officer, working one day a week. As well as being a very active consumer advocate, Mary brings a wealth of experience in education, curriculum development and delivery and part of her role at BreaCan

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We are very pleased be welcoming Annemarie Ferguson to the BreaCan staff team. Annemarie will be working a two-year project, funded by Cancer Australia, which looks at how we can provide access to our service for those affected by breast and gynaecological cancers who come from a diverse background, such as those from culturally and

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There are new ways to stay connected with BreaCan! You can like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to get the latest news, upcoming events and other relevant news and information.

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In 2011 BreaCan was fortunate to run two information sessions on the topic of Breast Cancer and Bones. Dr Esther Briganti, an Endocrinologist in private practice and associated with St Vincent’s Private Hospital, provided a non-oncological perspective of the impact of breast cancer therapies on bone health in both premenopausal and postmenopausal women with breast

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2012 is an exciting year for BreaCan as we develop our strategic plan to take us forward for the next three years. At BreaCan, we pride ourselves on providing services that are responsive to the needs and issues that women express. Your voices are so important in informing our service. We welcome your feedback about

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