Welcome to Westmead Breast Cancer Institute
The Westmead Breast Cancer Institute (BCI) is recognised as one of Australia’s leading and dynamic organisations in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Linking screening to treatment and expert clinical care, the focus of the BCI is to provide continuity for our patients and a coordinated approach to breast cancer care for all our patients. The BCI focuses on best practice, and utilises a research- and evidence-based approach across all of its programs.
Westmead Breast Cancer Institute's Annual Breakfast returns again for 2015. Patients, their families, carers and BCI supporters are invited to join us for a celebration of life and living well after cancer.
Held on Saturday 24th October, 2015 at the Waterview in Bicentennial Park, tickets are $40 per person and include a glass of champage on arrival. We look forward to seeing you on the day!Read more...
The Sri Lankan Association of NSW, as part of the Pink Sari Project will be hosting 'Fabulously Pink - A Fashion Show' on Sunday 28th June. The Pink Sari Project aims to promote breast cancer screening awareness among the Indian and Sri Lankan communities, who have some of the lowest screening rates in NSW. As part of the event, BCI Service Director A/Professor Nirmala Pathmanathan will be presenting on the night.Read more...
Associate Professor Nirmala Pathmanathan, Service Director of Westmead Breast Cancer Institute (BCI) was proud to launch its expanded Screening, Assessment and Diagnostics Service Clinic at the BCI Sunflower Clinic Mount Druitt Hospital. The expansion is in response to a significant increase in the number of women from the Blacktown local government area, lower Blue Mountains and Penrith areas requiring breast screening services in the area.Read more...
The Director of Westmead Breast Cancer Institute speaks about Breast Cancer Screening & Treatment
On 13 September 2014, the Pink Sari Project was officially launched by Prof David Currow, Chief Cancer Officer of NSW and Chief Executive Officer of the Cancer Institute NSW. The Pink Sari Project focuses on women from Indian and Sri Lankan communities, who have the lowest rates of breast screening in New South Wales, Australia.
Best Breast Friends
Tuesday 1st September, 2015
Physiotherapy following breast surgery.
Presented by Catherine Ko and Katherine Maka, Physiotherapists.
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