Breast cancer does not discriminate, and with over 3,000 New Zealanders diagnosed each year, many of you will not necessarily fit the ‘typical profile’ of an older female breast cancer patient. If you are young, Māori, Pasifika, male, or LGBTQI+, some of your support needs may differ from the mainstream. 

These pages give information and advice to help you.

For BCAC, the care of our Māori and Pasifika women with breast cancer is of… click for more
As a Māori or Pasifika woman undergoing treatment for breast cancer, you may… click for more
Being diagnosed with breast cancer as a young woman can be an especially tough… click for more
Breast cancer is uncommon in men, but it does happen.  About one per cent of… click for more
The breast cancer experience presents some unique challenges for LGBTQI+ people… click for more