Webinars • Breast Cancer Foundation NZ


Upcoming and past interactive webinars on topics of interest to breast cancer patients, survivors and their families.

Each panellist addresses the given topic and then the floor is opened up for a Q&A session. Participants can beam in from the comfort of their own home to the presentations and can ask questions.

Upcoming Webinars

There are currently no upcoming webinars

Past Webinars

08 March 2023

Long-term effects of treatment

This webinar looks at the long-term and late side effects of breast cancer treatment, with our expert panel discussing practical strategies to manage them
01 November 2022

Male breast cancer

This webinar looks at male breast cancer, with our expert panel giving an overview of how it is detected, diagnosed and treated
08 September 2022

How to Eat

This webinar looks at all things food, with our expert panel aiming to provide clear advice on eating well with breast cancer, how to manage side effects like nausea that come with treatment, as well as busting some common diet myths along the way
31 August 2022

"Can I keep my breast?"

We discuss the breast-conserving surgical techniques that studies show offer the highest survival rates, while allowing women to keep their breast following a diagnosis of breast cancer.
29 March 2022

How well is NZ tackling breast cancer?

We present a snapshot of the latest data showing how well we’re doing in tackling breast cancer here in Aotearoa New Zealand and how we might enable further improvements
27 July 2021

Life on Ibrance

This webinar looks what you need to know when being treated with Ibrance, from scheduling appointments, negotiating dosages and managing side effects.
01 June 2021

Your breast cancer surgery

This webinar looks at preparing for surgery, the types of surgery you may be recommended and how to manage the post-operative period.
31 March 2021

Wāhine Māori and breast cancer

This webinar looks at what to expect after a breast cancer diagnosis and how to make the journey easier for you and your whānau.

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