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BCFNZ provides education and awareness about the importance of early detection with a goal to reduce the number of women dying of breast cancer.

The Foundation has produced a range of targeted materials approved by its Medical Advisory Committee. These materials are available free of charge, however the Foundation welcomes donations to help offset the cost of producing these materials.

Unfortunately we don't deliver outside of New Zealand, you are welcome to download our PDFs instead.

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    Real Signs of Breast Cancer

    Most of us know it's important to get a new breast lump checked. This leaflet shows you some other signs you need to look out for. Changes in breast skin, shape or size, nipples or unusual breast pain can all be signs of breast cancer too.

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    Breast Cancer Services Directory flyer

    If you’re concerned about breast health, newly diagnosed with breast cancer, undergoing treatment or focused on recovery, the Breast Cancer Services Directory connects you and your whānau with the services and products you may need.

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    Counselling For Anyone With Breast Cancer

    Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ) has partnered with Stratos, a national counselling service, to improve support for people coping with emotional challenges which often accompany breast cancer.

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    What Happens After Surgery?

    Breast cancer is a complex disease and it’s important to understand that your treatment plan is specific to your type of breast cancer.

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    What do my biopsy and surgical results mean?

    This brochure tells you about the testing done on your biopsy tissue and the tissue removed when you have your surgery. These results help your treatment team decide which treatments are best for you.

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    I've found a breast lump What Happens Next

    It is important to remember that most breast changes are not breast cancer, however any new or unusual changes need to be checked promptly by a doctor.

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    Reduce Your Risk

    Know how your breasts normally look and feel from age 20 so you’re more likely to notice changes. Breast cancer’s highly treatable if it’s diagnosed early.

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    Reduce Your Risk (Cook Island Maori)

    Know how your breasts normally look and feel from age 20 so you’re more likely to notice changes. Breast cancer’s highly treatable if it’s diagnosed early.

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    Reduce Your Risk (Chinese)

    Know how your breasts normally look and feel from age 20 so you’re more likely to notice changes. Breast cancer’s highly treatable if it’s diagnosed early.

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    Reduce Your Risk (Korean)

    Know how your breasts normally look and feel from age 20 so you’re more likely to notice changes. Breast cancer’s highly treatable if it’s diagnosed early.

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    Reduce Your Risk (Tongan)

    Know how your breasts normally look and feel from age 20 so you’re more likely to notice changes. Breast cancer’s highly treatable if it’s diagnosed early.

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    Breast Cancer Foundation National Register Patient Information Brochure

    The Breast Cancer Foundation National Register Patient Information Brochure has information for patients about what it means to be included on the National Register.