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Free Information Day. Thursday 4 Sep 2014 from 9.30am to 2.45pm. Image courtesy of BCNA FB page
Active and Well After Breast Cancer - a FREE Information Day
Skyline Room, Level 3, Flemington Racecourse
448 Epsom Rd, Flemington, Victoria
Thursday 4 September 2014, 9:30am – 2:45pm
(Refreshments and light lunch provided)
For more information and to register for the Active and Well After Breast Cancer information day please call BCNA on 1800 500 258. For practical exercise strategies and tips to keep motivated download a copy of BCNA's Breast cancer and exercise booklet HERE. If you go down THIS PAGE you will find many other free booklets to download that may help you.
Active and Well After Breast Cancer Free Information Day. Image courtesy of BCNA FB page
If you are a woman who lives in Melbourne's North West and have had breast cancer, you're invited to attend Breast Cancer Network Australia's (BCNA) FREE 'Active and Well After Breast Cancer Information Day' in Flemington. This day is designed for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer up to 3 years ago.
The program for the day will feature the latest information and advice from exercise and nutrition specialists, inspiration from Olympian and breast cancer survivor Raelene Boyle, and will create opportunities for you to meet other survivors who want to get more active.
Raelene Boyle, Olympic Champion and breast cancer survivor. Image courtesy of caama.com.au
Learn how to improve your health and wellbeing following treatment for breast cancer and find out how physical activity and healthy eating after a diagnosis can be very important. Tips and strategies to help you embark on a healthier lifestyle will be the focus of the day. Stay in touch via their Facebook Page.
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is represented by the Pink Lady silhouette which has become symbolic of the work they do to ensure those effected receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate for each individual and their families.