“I was shocked to hear that 9 out of 10 women who have breast cancer have no family history. So no one can afford to be complacent about this.” Read more about Amanda Keller’s story
Jeanie & Bibi are sisters from the Durumal nation passionate about getting Aboriginal women to participate in breast screening. Read more about Jeanie & Bibi's story
Julia is a rural women and a regular breast screener. She encourages all women 50-74 to have a mammogram. Read more about Julia's story
During her second routine mammogram with BreastScreen NSW, Helen was diagnosed with breast cancer. Read more about Helen's story
Robin, a Kamilori woman, survived breast cancer and is now dedicated to helping other women who have been diagnosed with cancer. Read more about Robin's story
Regina was a busy working mum when her husband encouraged her to have the screening mammogram that saved her life. Read more about Regina's story
Following Debbie’s breast cancer journey she reminds women that a mammogram only takes 10 minutes, and can make all the difference. Read more about Debbie's story
Lyn considers herself lucky that that her breast cancer was detected in the earliest stages. Her diagnosis reminded her of the important things in life. Read more about Lyn's story
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