Developing secondary breast cancer information resources for Greek and Chinese women

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edited April 2016 in Metastatic breast cancer

Do you know someone with secondary (advanced) breast cancer?
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) plans to develop resources translated in Greek and Chinese for women and their families affected by secondary breast cancer. To ensure the information is relevant and culturally appropriate, BCNA is conducting focus groups with women and their family members and support people.

Who?
BCNA is looking for people affected by secondary breast cancer (i.e. whose breast cancer has spread to other parts of the body) either as a patient or family member to participate in our focus groups.

Why?
We want to learn from your experience to support Greek and Chinese people affected by secondary breast cancer in the future.

How?
The study involves attending a focus group (group discussion) for 1.5 hours at a local community support centre with either women with secondary breast cancer or family members.

When?
Late May/early June 2016

Where?
Melbourne and Sydney

More information
Refreshments, a small gift and transport costs to the venue will be provided to thank you for your time.

If you would like to find out more, please contact the research coordinator, Riki Long, on (03) 9805 2585 or via email rlong@bcna.org.au. You can also contact your local cancer community support centre:

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