Breast Care Aware

Learn more about breast care awareness.

Dr Emma Clarkson

Shares why this year's RACQ International Women's Day Fun Run is so important

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Dr Heidi Peverill

Find out how to do a self-examination and what to look for.

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Ashleigh Mondolo

Breast Care Nurse, Ashleigh Mondolo talks about the impact of Mater Chicks in Pink

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An important message from Dr Heidi Peverill

Thank you for joining our sea of pink at this year’s event—as a Breast, Melanoma and General Surgeon at Mater, I look forward to walking alongside you in support of the 19 807 Australian women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.

You’ve taken action to support others, but are you looking after your own health?

Nearly 50 per cent of women diagnosed find their breast cancers themselves, making early detection important. Find out how to do a self-examination and what to look for.

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Dr Emma Clarkson shares why this year's RACQ International Women's Day Fun Run is so important

Mater Breast and Endocrine Surgeon, Dr Emma Clarkson, shares why this year's RACQ International Women's Day Fun Run is so important, and thanks you for your support.

Thank you, from Mater Private Breast Care Nurse Ash

A message from Ash, one of our Private Breast Care Nurses who will be walking alongside you on Sunday 7 March.

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