Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in South Australian women, with more than 1,400 women diagnosed every year.
Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in South Australian women, with more than 1,400 people diagnosed every year. Through a combination of prevention and screening, the survival rate for breast cancer now sits at 91 per cent—this is an increase from 25 years ago when it was just 75 per cent.
Through your support, Cancer Council SA is proud to deliver a range of prevention, research and support programs to continue to improve on this statistic and support women across every stage of their breast cancer journey.
Cancer Council SA has been supporting South Australians affected by cancer for over 90 years.
We are committed to supporting all South Australians impacted by cancer and are the only organisation that works across every aspect of cancer including cancer research, prevention, evidence-based information and support.