Established in Februarythe Cancer Wellness Centre is an incorporated association of member organisations dedicated to providing support for cancer patients in Western Australia. The long term intention is for the Cancer Wellness Centre to become widely recognised as an innovative, world class cancer wellness shared facility, serving and supporting people with cancer who are looking for wellness options, lifestyle strategies and emotional support. Solaris Cancer Care supporing people with cancer and their families to achieve well-being through: the provision of free vital cancer support services; a comprehensive wellness program; and extensive resources.
This includes men with breast cancer, carers and family who have their own challenges and needs through the experience. Just five years after losing her daughter to brain cancer, Lynne's life was tured updside down once again when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Read more.
An organisation that provides caring emotional, practical and financial support to those affected by breast cancer, and their loved ones. View Pink Boot range. As part of our commitment to being socially conscious, we seek out partnerships with organisations and initiatives that are important to our wide community of work boot wearers.
Aged and Disability Service; household help, personal, nursing and respite care, transport, meals, ACAT, dementia, continence, support to carers, aged care homes, allied health and support services. Nursing, hospice, home visits by doctors and nurses, equipment for loan, counselling. Rural and remote communities serviced by Silver Chain.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation has knocked back fundraising dollars from a popular lingerie e-tailer, suggesting the McGrath Foundation would be a more appropriate recipient. Porte-a-Vie is a successful e-commerce site whose founders have serious fashion credentials. They include former Vogue executive Lisa Hili, who enlisted former Vogue editor Kirstie Clements who has since left the businessand David Bush, a former head of fashion at David Jones where he worked for 25 years.
The McGrath Foundation recognises the work of other community organisations and breast cancer services that help women and men with breast cancer and their families as well as those investing in valuable research. The program offers information, resources and a national advisory service to support individuals and health professionals. The Australasian Lymphology Association strives to improve the management of those with, or at risk of developing lymphoedema, and enhance communication between health professionals, educators, relevant authorities and government in regard to oedemas and lymphoedema.
View Scopus Profile. She has substantially contributed to many clinical aspects of breast cancer research including clinical trials of new treatments, psychosocial, translational and health services research and is active in several areas of surgical oncology cancer research, with a particular emphasis on breast cancer. Her career started as a surgical trainee in the UK and then Consultant Surgeon and Senior Lecturer at University College Hospitals in London, before moving to Australia in as a surgeon at Royal Perth Hospital and since as Professor of Surgical Oncology at the University of Western Australia and holds both clinical and research roles in the breast and melanoma cancer field. Christobel has a passion for health and medical research, patient advocacy and an exceptional clinical track record in the management and treatment of breast cancer.
The exciting breakthroughs and discoveries made by Cancer Council researchers are all thanks to the generosity of our supporters. The Australian Government has updated the cervical cancer screening program for women. Cancer Council's leading experts have come together to explain what this means for you.
Australia has one of the highest incidences of childhood cancer worldwide. Childhood cancer is the single greatest cause of death from disease in Australian children, with three children losing their lives to cancer every week. In Australia, childhood cancer is second only to breast cancer in terms of the number of years of life lost by the disease.