Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer to affect New Zealand women - every year more than 3,300 women and around 20 men in this country will be diagnosed.
In the drop-down menu above, you will find more information about the early detection of breast cancer, diagnosis and treatment of the disease and support if you've been diagnosed.
Below are some statistics about breast cancer in New Zealand. Remember that most women survive a diagnosis of breast cancer and go on to…
The Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition (BCAC) provides a united voice and support for New Zealand women who have experience of breast cancer.
Together, we work to make world-class detection, treatment and care accessible to everyone with breast cancer in Aotearoa.
Formed in 2004, BCAC is run by breast cancer survivors and is an umbrella organisation representing more than 30 breast cancer-related groups.
We provide information,…