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Breast cancer support coming to Bunbury tomorrow- featuring guest speaker Raelene Boyle AM MBE

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Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) – Australia’s leading breast cancer consumer organisation – will be in Bunbury tomorrow to provide information and support to local people affected by breast cancer, including their supporters.

Ex-Olympian Raelene Boyle AM, MBE will be attending the forum and having gone through her own breast cancer experience she is passionate about sharing her story with attendees and encourages those around Bunbury to come along to the forum.

BCNA’s Living well with breast cancer Information Forum will cover a range of topics including current and emerging treatments, strategies to enhance physical and emotional wellbeing, the role of allied health, including services and support for lymphoedema management, and living well during treatment and beyond.

Attendees will also hear about the services and resources BCNA has available, alongside hearing from the local community groups and BCNA members who will share their lived experiences.

Registrations are open right up until the start time, and walk-ins are welcome too.

Media are invited to come along between 9.00 am – 3.00 pm to cover the event.

Date: Thursday 22 June

Location: Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, 2 Blair St, Bunbury, WA, 6230

Time: 9.00 am for 9.30 am start – 3.00 pm

Guest speakers:

Associate Professor Andrew Redfern

Oncology social worker Dr Carrie Lethborg

Physiotherapist Pia Jorgensen

Raelene Boyle AM, MBE

 


About us:

Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is Australia’s leading breast cancer consumer organisation. BCNA provides information and support to those diagnosed and their supporters, opportunities to connect with others going through a similar situation and work to influence a stronger healthcare system to ensure all Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best care, treatment and support.


Contact details:

For media enquiries contact:

Sophie Findlay           

Media & Marketing Coordinator

0426 114 331

sfindlay@bcna.org.au

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