CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Notice for all patients and visitors.
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.
PBCI will help us continue to reshape the future of breast cancer – offering world class treatment, care and support to patients and their families.
Chemo Wise is a free monthly information session for women and men who are under the care of the Perth Breast Cancer Institute and are starting chemotherapy for early breast cancer.
The sessions are designed to give patients confidence to move forward with their treatment. Friends and family are also welcome to attend so they can learn more about the treatment process and supporting their loved one.
Chemo Wise is held monthly at the Hollywood Consulting Centre, Suite 407, Level 4, 91 Monash Avenue, Nedlands 6009.
To see the upcoming dates, please visit our events page.
To register, or to find out more information, contact us on [email protected]
Chemo Wise is an informal information session where patients are encouraged to come along and ask questions or voice concerns about their treatment.
Julie Hargreaves, Representative, Look Good Feel Better
Julie is a breast cancer survivor and a representative for Look Good Feel Better (LGFB). Julie talks on the services offered by LGFB.
This session is currently on hold.
Physiotherapist and Certified Lymphoedema Practitioner,
Ramsay Health Plus
At Chemo Wise Lizzie discusses the benefits of staying active during and after breast cancer treatment.
EPIC provides quality medicine and health management services to the hospital, oncology and aged care sectors. EPIC staff will discuss medication for early breast cancer.
Early Breast Care Nurse BCRC-WA
At Chemo Wise, Cath talks on how to manage the side effects of chemotherapy for early breast cancer.
See all of BCRC-WA’s upcoming events and information sessions.