Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples poster - BreastScreen Australia campaign

Page last updated: 15 April 2015

Poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.



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BreastScreen Australia

A joint Australian, State and Territory Government Program

Catching it early


Can give you a long time later

Getting tested for breast cancer can save your life

It’s safe
It’s private
It’s free
So by having a free BreastScreen test every two years, you can make sure any problems are found, even before you can feel them.

You can take a friend or family member if it makes you feel more comfortable. A female worker will help you, and she’ll make sure you feel relaxed and safe. The breast screen is done in private and only takes a few minutes. It’s free for women aged 50 to 74. If you’re over 75, talk to your GP or health professional to find out if breast screening is right for you.

Breast screening. It’s an invitation that could save your life.

australia.gov.au/breastscreen
Call 13 20 50

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