A Full Service Community Chemotherapy Centre is located in a general community hospital and delivers outpatient oral and parenteral cancer chemotherapy as well as provides medical and nursing support for cancer patients.
Mammography is a specific medical imaging method that uses low-energy x-rays to visualize the breast tissue in order to detect early signs of breast diseases, particularly breast cancer.
Every person is unique. Some people are comfortable talking about their breast cancer diagnosis and asking for help, while others prefer not to share the information widely.
The BC Cancer Agency’s Screening Mammography Program provides free, regular mammograms to BC women from the age of 40 without a doctor’s referral.
Exercise is an important component of breast cancer recovery and risk reduction.
During your treatment and after, there are a variety of support systems to help you through your breast cancer journey.