LADIES have you
CHECKED YOURSELF Out in the mirror?
HAD a MAMMO
or a GP CHECK IN LAST 12 MONTH
Awareness is not just a charity event.
Lynn and Barbara step out for Breast Cancer in Kerikeri.
Next pink walk in Kerikeri 4th Oct
Julie and Linnis discuss where they are going next with the llamas while out collecting for Daffodil Day in Kerikeri
PLEASE support the Cancer Society
The Cancer Society supports those with cancer throughout New Zealand everyday.
If you cannot find the information you are seeking about Breast Cancer and related issues on this web site please visit
Breast Cancer Network NZ
If you live in the Bay of Plenty go to this site
If you are entitled to free mammography 45-69 yrs in NZ please book yourself in
NOW 0800 270 200
0508 THE GIRLS for screening every two years---find it early girls.
Special occasion? You can now order flowers for special occasions through FlowersforCharity, who will make a donation to Breast Cancer Network. The flowers are ordered on line using this special link to the Flowers for Charity website.
Newly diagnosed in NZ ?? please request a Step by Step pack from Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition
Online video's of NewZealand women with Breast Cancer are also on the BCAC site.
Stop Cancer Where it Starts
There are things we can do to lower our risks
Order New phamplet from
BC Network Ph 09-6367040
Educate your family or community
Do you receive UPFONT U KAIORA newsletter -packed with inportant issues for women and carers with BC. Join Breast Cancer Network just $40 p.a. email or visit BCN on line
Important information for new parents:
Parents who heat plastic baby bottles risk feeding their children a synthetic hormone linked with medical, reproductive and developmental problems, according to a University of Missouri study. The chemical -bisphenol A- is used in making hard ploycarbonate plastic and leaches out of the bottles when heated or filled with hot liquids, researchers said. Bisphenol A is a synthetic oestrogen that can cause feminisation in boys, an onset of early puberty in girls, prostate and breast cancer, and some forms of diabetes. ( Full report NZ Herald 11.2.08 A3) also read Plastic not fantastic NZ Herald 9th Jan 2010 by Chris Barton
Also see BC Network Upfront UKaiora issue 78
For Bisphenol A free bottles in NZ free phone Medela 0800 503-553
Update issue April/May 2011 Upfront UKaiora: China Banning BPA in Baby Bottles
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Women, Families and Medical communitiy
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