We are a clinician-led organisation where patient education and support services are initiated by the very people who treat breast cancer patients every day.
Your donation will help us enhance breast cancer treatment and care, and increase survival rates.
We began in 2009 with a vision to provide high quality care while conducting research that would deliver the most advanced treatments and save lives.
BCRC-WA conducts research into breast cancer treatment and care that underpins the treatment we provide to our patients.
Join us at Clarko Reserve in Trigg on Sunday 5 May for BCRC-WA's first Partners of Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer Get Together. This free community event, for all partners of patients with metastatic breast cancer, will be a relaxed and informal gathering and a chance for partners of patients to meet and chat. This is the first event we are holding for partners of patients. We intend to introduce a program comprising similar, informal and enjoyable events for partners of…
Why not get together with friends, family or colleagues and walk or run the 4k or 12k HBF Run for a Reason course or really challenge yourself and run the 21k marathon? You'll be participating in a great event and helping an important cause at the same time. Just nominate BCRC-WA as your charity when you register. To register - https://hbfrun2019.everydayhero.com/au/get-started For enquiries about supporting BCRC-WA, please contact Stevie or Ann on (08) 6500 5501 or email@example.com
Join Cricketer Michael Klinger and Breast Cancer Research Centre - WA CEO, Carmelo Arto at the Breast Cancer & Cricket Luncheon this Friday, 7th June. Hear Micheal speak on his journey with breast cancer & cricket and Carmelo on how Breast Cancer Research Centre - WA are reshaping the future of breast cancer treatment. For more information or to register to attend visit eventbrite.
Advance Care Planning Free Community Workshop for Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer Being Treated at BCRC-WA. Over 80% per cent of Australians think it is important to put our end-of-life care treatment preferences into writing, but less than 5% of us have completed an advance care plan. Palliative Care WA Advance Care Planning Workshop will help you to plan ahead so your loved ones and health care providers know what you would want if they could no longer speak for themselves.…
Chemo Wise is an information session held on the last Thursday of every month for patients of Professor Arlene Chan and Dr Peter Willsher who are starting treatment for early breast cancer at Hollywood Private Hospital. The session includes information about exercise and breast cancer, available support services, a talk from Epic Pharmacy and the chance to ask oncology staff any questions. The session finishes with a small tour around the oncology ward so patients can familiarise themselves with the…
PYNKS is free and open to anyone living with metastatic breast cancer. We also welcome family, children, friends, loved ones and carers to some of our events. Our regular event is a coffee and chat morning at the Bodhi Tree Coffee and Book Shop in Mt Hawthorn on the second Tuesday of every month from 10am until 11.30am. BCRC-WA staff will be in attendance and all welcome.
Something Pink fundraiser's Katrina Tedge and Gai Robinson and their committee of family and friends will be holding Something Pink once more in 2019. Every bit helps, so let’s get together as a Community and help raise funds that will make a difference for Breast Cancer Research For more information on this fundraiser visit kalgoorliesomethingpink