Here we take you through a step by step process of helping you to assess, understand and reduce your risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
The Pink Hope online assessment tool helps women assess their personal risk for developing breast or ovarian cancer.
Learning about the risk factors associated with breast, ovarian and prostate cancers is crucial to being able to take control of your health.
Learn the steps you need to take to be in control of your breast and ovarian health by knowing your body and knowing how your healthcare professionals can help you.
At least 10-15% of breast and ovarian cancer are thought to be the result of inheriting a faulty gene from either your mother’s or father’s side of the family.
Learn all about genetic testing - from eligibility to results.
Understanding your own individual risk of cancer, gives you an opportunity to equip yourself with lifesaving information.
Learn about the ways that you can reduce your risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
Lifestyle factors are known to impact overall health and wellbeing.
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Make an invaluable contribution to Pink Hope by volunteering your time, passion and skills.
There are several ways you can get involved with Pink Hope. Every bit of support no matter how big or small makes an big impact.
There is no one better to give support and advice than someone who has been there.
Pink Hope provides personalised support to the community to help them better understand their risk of breast and ovarian cancer, while ensuring the services we provide makes the increased risk journey easier to navigate.
Our “She Shares” events are a place for women to meet in a comfortable setting to share laughs, thoughts, questions, and advice. These events are held across the country and involve various activities and thoughtful interactions with others who truly ‘get it’.
Ask Our Genetic Counsellor is a Pink Hope service that allows you to submit questions relating to your own cancer risk.
Because sometimes, a difficult road, leads to a beautiful destination.....Pink Hope Getaways are an opportunity for women within the community to spend a few days recharging, connecting and relaxing.
In partnership with experts, doctors and geneticists, EduEvenings are an online week-day evening event held live for the community. You will hear from an expert about a specific topic that directly impacts upon your high risk journey
With news of Coronavirus dominating news cycles, Facebook feeds and coffee shop conversation, you might be worried about what Coronavirus means for you, especially if you have cancer or are a cancer survivor.
Pink Hope has developed unique resources for the at-risk community from what questions to ask your doctors, tailored tips and advice direct from our community and healthcare experts.
Pink Hope’s Information and Support Days are for those at increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer either due to a gene mutation such as BRCA or family health history. Families and support people are very welcome.
Pink Hope’s peer support program offers increased risk women the opportunity to connect online with other increased risk women in a safe and supportive environment.
Pink Hope is a preventative health hub that allows every individual the necessary tools to assess, manage and reduce their risk of breast and ovarian cancer, while providing personalised support for at risk women.
Pink Hope has grown to become one of Australia’s leading women’s health movements, with one of the its key pillars focusing on personalised support for its community. And it’s because of our community that we continue to do what we do.
Learn more about Pink Hope’s lifesaving programs and support services.
Pink Hope is leading the charge and making a big impact because of the passionate and committed people we have involved in our organisation. Their dedication shines through in our ability to utilise limited funding and achieve so much.
Here we showcase our annual audited financial statements, so you can see exactly where our funding is spent.
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