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Women’s Health Week is an opportunity for everyone to learn more about cancer screening services available in NSW.

The impact of bowel, breast and cervical screening in Australia is highlighted by a new research article published today from the Sax Institute.

More communication, and more practical information can help women have a positive experience with BreastScreen NSW, first-time research from the Cancer Institute NSW shows.

Women aged 50–74 are being urged to remember their regular mammograms.

Women from Italian communities have one of the lowest participation rates in the BreastScreen NSW program, but a new project based in Sydney is working to make a change.

Deb Hutton takes you through the process of a screening mammogram.

Padmini Peris has been diagnosed with breast cancer twice. Today, she’s a driving force behind breaking down cultural taboos about cancer, and encouraging more women to have breast screening mammograms within her community.

Breast cancer survivor Kerri Welsh is urging women in NSW to make time for a mammogram.

Over 2000 women in NSW aged 50-74 may have breast cancer and not know it, data from BreastScreen NSW shows.

An artwork project that engaged women from Sydney's Arabic and Chinese communities in the BreastScreen program has been awarded the state's first 'Arts and Health Award' at the NSW Health Awards.