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News: CCQ Statement on Reported Link Between Abortion and Breast Cancer

look and feel of your breasts. If you have any questions about the link between abortion and breast cancer, or reducing your breast cancer risk, please call Cancer Council Helpline 13 11 20, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm….

News: Pre-booked breast screens roll out statewide

with the normal look and feel of their breasts,” Ms Clift said. “All women should also see a doctor immediately if they notice any unusual breast changes.” Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in Queensland women – around…

News: Prioritise breast and cervical cancer screening this International Women’s Day

year and according to Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data only 56 per cent of all eligible Queensland women participate in recommended breast screening through BreastScreen Queensland, while less than 54 per cent of Queensland women participate in the…

Blog: Be breast aware – it could save your life

to the shape, feel, size or colour of the breast, dimpling, puckering, or any unusual breast pain. Our hope is that all women get to know their breasts better, become breast aware and participate in recommended screening. Your personal health…

News: Researchers take a new approach to beating breast cancer

“Queensland women should be breast aware by getting to know the normal look and feel of their breasts,” Ms Clift said. “Women who notice any changes should see a doctor immediately.” More information about Cancer Council Queensland is available via…

News: Regional women risk lengthy delays in breast cancer diagnosis

two years through BreastScreen Queensland. “All Queensland women should be breast aware and familiarise themselves with the normal look and feel of their breasts,” Prof Dunn said. “All women should also see a doctor immediately if they notice any unusual…

News: BOOBS: Free guide shows the five signs of breast cancer

and bumps or pain or swelling. “We need all Queensland women to be breast aware and familiarise themselves with the normal look and feel of their breasts. “All women should see a doctor immediately if they notice any unusual breast

News: Queensland researchers discover cancer kill switch for breast cancer subtype

available for their specific breast cancer. “This research worked to identify potential new drug targets for breast cancer that act by changing the level of calcium inside breast cancer cells to stop their growth. “While more research is still needed…

News: Breast, bowel survival gap significant in small areas

its kind, examining changes in breast and bowel cancer survival across 478 geographical areas in Queensland over a period of 11 years (2001-2011). Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said breast and bowel cancer were two of the most common…

News: Face of Walk For Women’s Cancers is living her best life after breast cancer

Janet Kake has been diagnosed with breast cancer not once, but three times. The Eumundi local, 53, was first diagnosed with cancer at only 33-years-old, with her most recent reoccurrence just three years ago. “The first time I was diagnosed,…