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  • Family history

    For some women, there is a link between family history and breast cancer.

    We have made some changes to the way we collect information about your family history of breast and ovarian cancer so we can provide you with better care.

    Find out more here.

  • Are you a health professional?

    Get up to date with BreastScreen Victoria's clinical policy changes.

    See the FAQ.

  • Is BreastScreen right for you?

    Breast screening is your choice and every woman is different. Get informed so you can decide whether breast screening is for you.

     

  • Ambassador Program

    Are you interested in raising awareness about the importance of regular screening? We’d like to hear from you.

    Sharing your experience can influence other women to prioritise their health and have a breast screen every two years.

    Sign up as an ambassador.

  • Health Checklist

    75% of breast cancers are detected in women aged over 50.

    Put yourself first - prioritise your health.

    Book your breast screen today.

  • What happens at your appointment?

    If you are unsure what to expect, view our breast screen video

    Book your appointment online or call 13 20 50 today

  • 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 ...

    Watch their stories

  • Val's Story

    Val's Story

    (English)

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

    Watch their stories

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News

Similar rates of survival for young women carrying the BRCA gene with breast cancer compared to those who did not

Published Wed, 17 Jan 2018

A major new study published in the Lancet Oncology has found similar rates of survival between young women with breast cancer who carry one of the high-risk gene mutations, and those who did not. Approximately 97 per cent of BRC...

Osteoporosis drug could stop breast cancer in women with the Angelina Jolie BRACA1 gene

Published Wed, 13 Dec 2017

For women with the BRACA1 gene there is new hope as a trial will soon be underway to see if an osteoporosis drug can prevent cancer.

In Australia more than 15,000 women have the BRACA1 gene which places them with a 70% chance of ...

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Get Involved

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?
  • Would you like to be involved in policy and service development?
  • Perhaps you'd like to participate in feedback and planning for your local service?

Register your interest here.

Partnerships
  • Cancer Council Victoria

    Cancer Council Victoria

    http://www.cancervic.org.au/

    Cancer Council Victoria is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that plays a leading role in reducing the impact of all ...

  • Lifepool

    Lifepool

    www.lifepool.org

    Australia's peak national non-government cancer control organisation.

  • Melbourne Health

    Melbourne Health

    http://www.mh.org.au/

    A health care provider serving metropolitan and country Victorians through the provision of acute, sub-acute and community base...

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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 Highett Car park, Mansfield

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

Marjorie is currently in CNR Shadforth St and Murray Valley Hwy (behind of Memorial Hall)

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

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