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  • Deb's Story

    Deb's Story

    (English)

    Aboriginal Health Coordinator Deb Mellett was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008. She encourages Aboriginal and Torre...

    Watch their stories

  • Jean's Story

    Jean's Story

    (English)

    Keilor Downs breast cancer survivor Jean Tavares encourages all women not to be complacent about their health. She was ...

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  • Val's Story

    Val's Story

    (English)

    Parkdale woman Val Gaskell has survived breast cancer twice following a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. She ...

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News

BreastScreen Victoria working proactively to ‘close the gap’

Published Thu, 11 Feb 2016

BreastScreen Victoria continues to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women with participation rates set to show improvement following the implementation of a considered, culturally sensitive program which aims to...

US Study: Consumption of fibre and breast cancer risk

Published Mon, 08 Feb 2016

A two-decade-long study has found that when teenage girls eat the US- recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables per day, their chances of developing breast cancer later in life decrease as highlighted by a report in today’s...

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Help us promote BreastScreen Victoria at events, in the media or through your networks: Join our BreastScreen Ambassador Network.

  • Are you a breast cancer survivor who would like to share your story with other women?
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Partnerships
  • Portland District health

    Portland District health

    http://www.swarh2.com.au/pdh

    Providing safe and cost effective primary, acute and aged care services to resident of the Portland district. Portland Distr...

  • National Breast Cancer Foundation

    National Breast Cancer Foundation

    http://www.nbcf.org.au/

    The leading community-funded organisation in Australia raising money for research into the prevention, detection and treatment ...

  • Echuca Regional Health

    Echuca Regional Health

    http://www.erh.org.au/

    Echuca Regional Health is a public hospital in the port town of Echuca-Moama. The hospital provides a range of services includi...

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Where are Nina & Marjorie?

Two vans travel around Victoria to provide service to regional women.

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Nina is currently in Kerang

329 women screened

Nina is named in honour of Associate Professor Nina Sacharias, the former director and visitin...

Marjorie is currently in Mansfield

1059 women screened

Marjorie is named in honour of the late Dr Marjorie Dalgarno, a pioneering radiologist who per...

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