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Familial Breast Cancer Clinic – PA Hospital

25 March 2024

The Familial Breast Cancer Clinic provides a specialised service for well women aged 30-65 years who are assessed based on clinical classification systems to be at high risk of developing familial breast cancer or who have been proven to have a genetic mutation predisposing to familial breast cancer. The specific aim of the clinic is to provide assessment and counselling services to women and offer advice regarding further management options. For referral information such as service eligibility, minimum referral criteria and essential referral information, please visit the Familial Breast Cancer Clinic page.

The GPLO Program are here to assist with clinical referral pathway guidance and referral transmission support. Please contact 1300 364 155 (option 2) or email

Last updated 25 March 2024
Last reviewed 25 March 2024

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