This report lists all the currently accredited BreastScreen Australia services by state and territory.
Margarette Fisher, a Nudendri woman, encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to have a breast screen.
Dawn Ross, an Arrernte woman from Alice Springs, shares her story of participating in the BreastScreen Australia Program.
Professor Michelle Haber AM (Executive Director, Children’s Cancer Institute) outlines how the Medical Research Future Fund helps push toward the goal of zero childhood cancer.
Bruce is a Noongar man from Perth. In this video he encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to do the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program test as soon as it arrives in the mail.
Sharon, an Aboriginal health worker from Darwin, shares the story of how bowel cancer affected her family, after her father was diagnosed in 2014. Sharon encourages people to use the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit.
Aunty Margaret Lawton speaks about her experiences with breast cancer and the BreastScreen Australia program.
Bowel screening can save your life. Find out how to do the test when you receive your screening kit in the mail.
This Bowel Cancer Awareness month hear from Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Michael Kidd on the importance of completing your simple, free bowel cancer screening test.
National Cervical Screening Program – How to take your own Cervical Screening Test sample (for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women)
This video is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. It explains how to take your own Cervical Screening Test sample if they choose self-collection as a screening option for their Cervical Screening Test.