Cancer Australia releases new resources for men with breast cancer

25 November 2016

In 2016, around three men will be diagnosed each week with breast cancer in Australia.  It is important for all men to be breast aware and see their GP if they notice any changes. Cancer Australia has released a website and a flyer to provide information about breast cancer in men, including symptoms, risk factors, treatment, living with cancer and finding support. Cancer Australia has also developed a guide to assist people diagnosed with metastatic cancer with the transition to palliative care. This guide provides information, guidance, and helpful quotes and stories from people with cancer.




Meet the Councillors of the Twelfth RANZCOG Council

Find out more about who is representing you on RANZCOG Council.




Dr Pieter Mourik (AM)

Being recognised in the Australia Day honours was a highlight for this rural medicine advocate.



RANZCOG urges all practitioners to help pregnant women get vaccinated

RANZCOG urges all practitioners to heed the advice issued by RANZCOG and ATAGI which recommends that pregnant women are routinely offered Pfizer or Moderna mRNA vaccine at any stage of pregnancy.