Free breast screens at the Cranbourne Library

The BreastScreen mobile screening service is returning to Cranbourne Library from Monday 8 February – Friday 5 March to provide free breast screens to eligible Victorians.

For those aged over 50, breast screens are the best way to detect cancer early before symptoms and when treatment is likely to be most successful.

We know life is busy and other priorities may get in the way of having your regular breast screen, but it's important to put your health first. Even if your last screen had a normal result, it's essential to have a breast screen every two years.

There are over 18,500 eligible residents in the City of Casey who do not participate in the BreastScreen Victoria program (2017-19 participation data). The mobile screening service provides an opportunity to have a breast screen in a convenient location with friendly staff.

You don't need a GP referral or a Medicare card to have a breast screen, it's with a female radiographer, and it only takes 10 minutes. The BreastScreen mobile van has safety measures in place to protect against the risk of COVID-19.

Put your health first, and book a free screen today. Tell the women in your life over 50 to get screened too!

Book your appointment online or by calling 13 20 50.

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