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Inspiring and supporting one another is something South Australians are renowned for, and there’s no greater cause than encouraging our sisterhood of female peers to stay healthy. By sharing our experiences, we can give other women the hope and the courage that might just change their life.

Jane Doyle

BreastScreen SA Ambassador and Channel 7 newsreader

Jane reveals her breast cancer diagnosis, but credits early detection through BreastScreen SA for saving her life.

Read Jane's story

Parmjit Singh

BreastScreen SA Ambassador

Parmjit is helping to spread the word about breast screening in her community.

Read Parmjit's story

Aunty Martha

Arabana Elder and BreastScreen SA Ambassador

Aunty Martha has been screening for 22 years.

Read Aunty Martha's story

Razz Oscroft

BreastScreen SA Ambassador

Razz's two-yearly breast screen saved her life.

Read Razz's story

Glynis Rosser

BreastScreen SA Ambassador - mother of 2 and breast cancer survivor

Meet Glynis Rosser - mother of 2, breast cancer survivor and BreastScreen SA Ambassador

Jane Reilly

BreastScreen SA Ambassador and media personality

Jane chats about why women need to put themselves first and look after their health with a regular breast screen.

Dr Di Forbes

General Practitioner and BreastScreen SA Medical Officer

Dr Di Forbes speaks about misconceptions and statistics surrounding breast cancer and how breast screening can save lives.