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New online tool to help women understand their individual breast cancer risk

iPrevent is a new, web-based tool to help Australian women understand their personal breast cancer risk and act on it. […]

When a genetic test result for breast cancer comes out of the blue

Women newly diagnosed with breast cancer who learn they carry a genetic mutation in a breast cancer gene experience more […]

Familial breast cancer not only inherited genetically

Doctors will be better able to predict breast cancer risk thanks to pioneering work led by Professor Melissa Southey, now […]

Key protein stops breast cancer spread

A discovery by La Trobe University breast cancer researchers could spare some women from having unnecessary treatment. Researchers from the […]

MSAC supports the MBS listing of genetic testing for hereditary mutations for b…

Following the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia’s (RCPA) application to the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC), it is pleased to announce […]

Tiny genetic changes linked to breast cancer risk

An international breast cancer research team involving the University of Adelaide has used a world-first technique to discover how tiny […]

First-of-its-kind report provides picture of breast cancer in young Australian …

A report released in October by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) for the first time presents information and […]

Breast cancer: Risks, signs and symptoms, screening, and how to assess your own…

Professor Christobel Saunders explains breast cancer risks, signs & symptoms, screening and how to assess your own breasts.


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