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By joining this site you will also be taking part in ongoing research by Edith Cowan University and Breast Cancer Care WA, so not only can you benefit from connecting with others online, you are helping shape the future of online health support services!

    Announcements

  • Click Refurbishment
    Posted by Ness September 16, 2015

    Apologies to any new members who have signed up to join in the past few months. The site has been inactive as its awaiting a redesign which has taken longer than aniticpated. We are working on doing a full revamp of the website in the next coming months. I will continue to monitor the website in this time so if you have any questions please feel free to contact me by click on my profile and then "message".

    In the meantime, feel free to continue to post comments and queries onto the 'My Page - What's New' feed or ask questions via the relevant topic in the Forum. Here, other Click members can respond and the breast care nurse or counsellor can get back to you when they are available. You are also encouraged to share your stories, thoughts and feelings in the Blog.

    Thank you- Lucinda (Support Services Coordinator) 

  • Click Online Support
    Posted by Ness April 30, 2014

    New to Click? If you do not already use Google Chrome as your web browser we recommend you download this before using Click services as this platform gives you the best response! Explorer is not the best option....

    Please note: The Click is not a 24 hour crisis service. Refer to your GP or health professional if you need immediate support, or call Lifeline 13 11 14 (Australia wide). Support in WA is also available from Breast Cancer Care WA on 9324 3703, or Australia-wide from Cancer Council Helpline on 13 11 20.

Welcome to Breast Cancer Click!




Breast Cancer Click is an Australia wide, free online support community that offers peer support between members, access to group chat sessions moderated by a breast care nurse and lots of useful information all from the comfort of your home.

The online breast care nurse also provides answers to any queries on the Forum, or for more personal concerns you can email or private message her.

The Click is especially useful to those living in remote regions of Australia who don’t have access to a breast care nurse and for those too unwell to travel to support groups but needing to connect with others.

Family and friends are also welcome to join and learn more about how to support their loved ones.

Click on Free Membership Signup in the top right hand corner of your screen to set up your user profile and start participating in discussions and connecting with people travelling a similar path.

For more information on the Breast Cancer Click project click here....