Make Your Screen Debut
Is it time to Make Your Screen Debut?
Put your health centre stage by getting a free breast screen every two years from age 50. Regular breast screens are the best way to find breast cancer early when treatment is most likely to be successful.
With clinics and a mobile screening service across Victoria, breast screens are free, with a female radiographer and only take 10 minutes. Once you turn 50, BreastScreen Victoria will send you an invitation to start screening with us at a clinic near you.
The risk of developing breast cancer increases with age. As most breast cancers occur over the age of 50, regular breast screening is an important way to look after your health.
We provide free breast screens to women with no breast symptoms. If you find an unusual change to the look and feel of your breasts, see your doctor as soon as possible.
Meet our ambassadors
Meet our five amazing BreastScreen Victoria clients—Irene, Veronica, Kylie, Yianna and Dolly—as they share their experiences getting their first breast screen. From not knowing what to expect, feeling some fear and then relief after their appointment, they encourage women to get their regular check from aged 50. Our ambassadors have made their screen debut, will you?
Spread the word
Encourage other women make their screen debut! Share our social media tiles, posters, and videos with your friends, family and communities.
Share these social media tiles on your social media channels, along with this message:
“It’s time for your health to take centre stage. Regular breast screening from age 50 is an important way to look after your health. Make Your Screen Debut and get your free breast screen every two years. They’re free, with a female radiographer and only take 10 minutes. Book at breastscreen.org.au/screendebut or call 13 20 50.”
Please remember to tag us and use the hashtag #ScreenDebut.