Prof John Boyages steps outside of Westmead
Tuesday, 01 November 2011 09:21

After 30 years, breast cancer pioneer, Prof John Boyages steps outside of Westmead. Professor John Boyages, founder of the Westmead Breast Cancer Institute (BCI) and BreastScreen NSW Sydney West is leaving Westmead Hospital, to take up a new position at Macquarie University.

Multimodal therapy and DCIS
Tuesday, 01 November 2011 08:36

Dr Kirsty Stuart, Radiation Oncologist from Westmead BCI recently attended the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology where she dicussed the benefits of multimodal therapy in women with DCIS. Read more...

Ray of Hope lights way for new Western Sydney mobile BreastScreen van
Wednesday, 17 August 2011 16:13

The Westmead Breast Cancer Institute and the Ray of Hope Fundraising Committee are very pleased to announce that the vision of a new mobile BCI Sunflower Clinic BreastScreen Van for the people of Western Sydney is now becoming a reality thanks to the community’s kind support of the Ray of Hope Fundraising Campaign.

Bikies Raise $60,000 for Cancer
Thursday, 27 October 2011 14:31

The pain of Breast Cancer upon women was epitomised in the emotional strain etched on Girls-Ride-Out motorcycle club President Susan Tate’s face as she retreats to the rear of the stage at the Sydney Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride on Sunday 23rd October.

Searching for an accredited Lymphoedema Practitioner in Australia?
Thursday, 22 July 2010 14:58

Check out the new web site www.nlpr.asn.au

The Australasian Lymphology Association (ALA) is delighted to notify consumers and health practitioners of the launch of their National Lymphoedema Practitioners Register (NLPR).


Important Dates


Best Breast Friends
Tuesday 6th September, 2016

Getting in touch with your creative self.

Presented by Bronwyn Chalmers

Clinical Trials Nurse and creator of beautiful objects

10.30am - 12pm

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