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1 in 7 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime.

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Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women- more than 200,000 Australians live with breast cancer, and almost 20,000 people are diagnosed with it each year. Fortunately, with proper treatment and care, individuals diagnosed with breast cancer have a 91% chance of surviving for five years.

Here at Breast Cancer Care WA, we know that being diagnosed and having to live with breast cancer can be a scary and isolating experience. This is why we want anyone in Western Australia facing a diagnosis of cancer to feel supported and taken care of throughout the entire process. We provide specialist breast care nursing, counselling, and financial support to women and men affected by breast cancer throughout Western Australia, and we provide all these services completely free of charge.

Today, we want to challenge you to see how much you know about this common cancer that affects so many women around the country, so you can learn more about what YOU can do to help support and empower them.

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Breast Cancer Care WA

Since 2000, Breast Cancer Care WA has provided specialist breast care nursing, counselling, and financial support to women and men affected by breast cancer, as well as their partners and families, throughout the WA community. We do not receive government funding and our services are provided free of charge.