Researchers led by the Queen Mary University of London have found that women who get regular breast cancer screenings are much less likely to die from breast cancer.
Welcome to The Screen, the podcast series run by BreastScreen Victoria. Our aim is to see women empowered by information, because when women are informed, they make the best choices...
A new breast imaging technique has been found by a Royal Perth Hospital study and uses dye with traditional breast X-rays could detect more cancers, benefiting women with dense breast...
BreastScreen Victoria statistics have revealed that over 1500 women in Victoria might have breast cancer, but don’t know it because they haven’t had a breast screen.October is Breast Cancer...
A widespread clinical trial underway in 40 hospitals across Australia offers a new blood test that could help more patients avoid unnecessary chemotherapy.
Our mobile screening van, ‘Marjorie’ was at Celebration Day in Federation Square on 7 October 2018– the launch of the Victorian Seniors Festival.
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