Breast cancer impacts so many lives. Australians from all walks of life: Indigenous Australian, young and old, mothers and wives, husbands and fathers, and busy professionals. People who come from different cultures, have a disability, live in rural towns and big cities, who have a breast cancer in their family, and those who don’t. People who have been fit and healthy, and people who discovered fitness only after their diagnosis.
Breast Cancer Doesn’t Discriminate. Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) aims to help all Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their individual needs. We are running this campaign to raise awareness for everyone affected by this disease, and asking you to spread the word. Breast cancer affects everyone, no matter their culture, race, gender, or background.
Breast cancer and culturally diversity
Breast cancer in men
Breast cancer in rural and remote
Breast cancer and young women