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  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

    Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in South Australian women. Every week in South Australia, 26 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and five will die. 

    The good news is that the five-year relative survival rate at diagnosis is the highest of all women’s cancers at 91 per cent.

    You can help catch breast cancer by promoting free, two-yearly mammograms to women aged 50–74. They take just 10 minutes and can be booked by calling BreastScreen SA on 13 20 50

    Getting to know your body by being breast aware at any age is also important, as well as getting to know your family history of breast and ovarian cancer.

    Not in Adelaide? The BreastScreen SA mobile unit is travelling throughout South Australia. Find out when it’s coming to a location near you.

    This month, start a conversation and encourage action in your practice, workplace or community to save more women’s lives. 


  • Order your free promotional pack or resources

    Order your free promotional pack or resources

    Order your free pack or resources to display in your workplace, practice or community. It provides key information about early detection and prevention.

  • Being breast aware

    Being breast aware

    Women of all ages can self-check to help catch cancer early. Learn what you should be looking for.

  • Your free social tools

    Your free social tools

    Download assets to use across your social channels, encouraging your networks to self-check and get screened.

  • Posters for download

    Posters for download

    Download posters to promote this out-of-hours service in your workplace, practice or community.

  • Reduce your risk of breast cancer

    Reduce your risk of breast cancer

    It is estimated that over 1,900 post-menopausal breast cancers could be prevented each year in Australia by making healthy lifestyle changes. Find out more.

  • Host or attend a Girls’ Night In event

    Host or attend a Girls’ Night In event

    Learn more about how you can spread further awareness while raising funds for Cancer Council SA.



  • Today at Cancer Council SA

  • Fundraising Events

    Fundraising Events

    We have a wide range of exciting events that give you the opportunity to support our vision of a cancer free future in a fun, easy yet symbolic way.

  • Leave a gift in your Will

    Leave a gift in your Will

    Continue the love and generosity you have shown in your lifetime even after you are gone by deciding to leave a gift in your Will.

  • Sam's story

    Sam's story

    Looking to the future with a stage 4 cervical cancer diagnosis. Read Sam’s story here.

  • Share your story

    Share your story

    Raise awareness about important cancer issues while helping others cope with treatment and feel less alone. Read more about how to share your story.

  • SunSmart

    SunSmart

    Find SunSmart apps, resources and information, tips for workplaces and the SunSmart Schools Program.

  • Volunteer with us!

    Volunteer with us!

    Register today to help us support people affected by cancer.