BreastScreen Victoria is seeking to commission a Victorian-based Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artist to create an original artwork for our new clinic in Heidelberg.
Natalie is no stranger to cancer. With a long family history of the disease on both sides of her family, she understands how important it is to be proactive about her health. She has had regular breast screens with the BreastScreen Victoria program for well over a decade.
Dr Helen Frazer recently sat down with Nicci Rossouw to talk about how artificial intelligence may transform breast cancer screening.
A new publication about The Beautiful Shawl Project is available to support organisations developing cultural screening shawls and engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Our South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN) team have been busy connecting with the community in shopping centres across Victoria’s southeast.
Last month, BreastScreen Victoria joined Southern Migrant & Refugee Centre (SMRC) and more than 800 people to celebrate Refugee Week (19-25 June). The vibrant event at Arthur Hall in Hampton Park celebrated culture and connection.
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With more than 40 permanent screening clinics and mobile services covering 29 locations every two years, we make breast screening convenient for you.
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