This is My Story
My name is Dyna Eldaief, I’m married with three beautiful children and I am considered high risk for breast cancer due to family history.
We’d love to hear from you if you’d like to contribute to the ‘A Stitch In Time‘ film project. Over the coming months we’ll be exploring a range of topic’s related to familial breast cancer. If we haven’t explored an area you’re keen to learn more about or you’d like to ask a question, suggest a topic or share your story please don’t be a wall flower, get in touch with us.
In addition to all the wonderful donations we received from individuals we’d like to acknowledge the contributions from
The Treasure Chest Charity and Breast Cancer Network Australia
Breast Cancer Prevention. Aren’t you curious?
Getting Curious! Aren’t you a little bit curious about how you could change the outcomes on your personal breast cancer risk? “We’re not curious about things we don’t know a little bit about. We have to know a little bit about something to be curious about...
Blog post by Dr Anna Boltong, Head of Cancer Information and Support Service, Cancer Council Victoria
My role at Cancer Council Victoria is extremely rewarding. I am fortunate to lead a team of passionate and talented oncology nurses, educators, researchers, health promotion co-ordinators and social workers who design and deliver more than 25 supportive care programs...
What does prevention mean and why does it matter?
'A stitch in time saves nine' is a proverb about prevention meaning 'If you sort out a problem immediately it may save extra work later'. It's all good in theory but not always easy in practice. We have many demands on our time so adding a bit more on health can feel...