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.
At BCRC-WA, we are committed to providing the highest standard of care to women and men diagnosed with breast cancer. One way of doing this is via clinical trials.
Enabling patients to participate in state-of-the-art clinical trials through BCRC-WA’s Breast Clinical Trials Unit (BCTU) offers them the most up to date treatments and allows them to benefit from access to treatments years before they are available to the market.
BCRC-WA continues to lead our very own research initiatives. These are studies that are not affiliated with biopharmaceutical companies but driven by the BCRC-WA team of specialists. By conducting this research, BCRC-WA aims to expand knowledge in the area of breast cancer and better tailor future treatment options, resulting in improved outcomes for patients.
Read more about BCRC-WA’s past, current and upcoming academic research initiatives, please click here.
If you would like to show your support for BCRC-WA’s research and wish to make a donation, please click here.
Are you suffering from fatigue?
We are conducting a trial to see if regular exercise can improve fatigue levels caused by breast cancer treatments.
The exercise sessions will be conducted by a physiotherapist located in Nedlands not far from Hollywood Private Hospital.
If this interests you, please contact BCTU staff in person or by phone on (08) 6500 5555 or advise Prof Chan at your next appointment.
To find out more about our Clinical Trials update click here
To read more about one of our past studies on the ‘Cold Cap’ click here