• Book your date with beauty

    Join us on Saturday, May 3rd at your local Shoppers Drug Mart for the Makeover Event in support of CBCF. Enjoy free makeovers and skin consultations, giveaways, samples and refreshments. Visit your local store to purchase advance tickets, as space is limited.


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  • Registration is now open!

    Join us for the 2014 Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure on Sunday, October 5th. Sign up online and start fundraising today!


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  • Your Dollars at Work

    Your investment in valuable research is what propels CBCF one step closer to its vision, as every dollar holds the power to make a difference in the lives of women living with this disease. Learn about the journey your dollar takes, from your pocket to the research lab.


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  • No matter what you call 'em...

    ...just don't forget to check! Know how your breasts normally look and feel. There’s no right or wrong way to check. If you notice any unusual changes, report them to a doctor. That's it - easy!


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  • Research Spotlight

    Your continued support allows the Foundation to play a vital role in internationally acclaimed, groundbreaking research discoveries in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.


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BC Updates Breast Cancer Screening Policy

Changes provide clarity to women on when to get screened, encouraging them to make an informed decision

Women aged 40-74 at average risk for breast cancer can be screened every two years, and 40-49 year olds and women 75 and older are encouraged to speak with a health care provider in order to make an informed decision. The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – BC/Yukon (CBCF) looks forward to partnering in a multi-media campaign targeting women 50-74 who stand to benefit most from screening. CBCF strongly encourages all eligible women to participate, as mammograms save lives.

 
 
 
 

Latest News

February 28, 2014
We’re proud to be partnering with CTV and investigative reporter/anchor Mi-Jung Lee, who recently completed her treatment for breast cancer, to promote our Don’t Forget to Check campaign.  Check out Mi-Jung’s story here and catch CTV’s Best of BC feature about the campaign here.

February 14, 2014

CBCF – BC/Yukon Region partners with the Screening Mammography Program of BC to launch multi-media campaign: Take Care of the Girls

February 14, 2014
Dr. Paula Gordon, Medical Director at BC Women's Health Breast Health Program, Opinion: Shoddy Canadian research is putting women's lives at risk

February 13, 2014
Canadian National Breast Screening Study - Our Response

February 4, 2014
BC updates breast cancer screening policy. Changes provide clarity to women on when to get screened, encouraging them to make an informed decision
 
  
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MAY

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