Breast Cancer Action Kingston
  • PROGRAMSBCAK is a resource centre for breast cancer information serving Kingston and surrounding communities
  • RESOURCESBreast cancer information and more
  • EVENTSBCAK has two main fundraising events, "Walk for Awareness & Celebrate Life"in May and "Share the Care Golf Tournament" in August
  • GET INVOLVEDBreast Cancer Action Kingston is 100% community funded
  • NEWSROOMLatest news and information
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A local, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the education, support and empowerment of persons affected by breast cancer.

BCAK is committed to:

  • research and advocacy directed towards prevention, early diagnosis and treatment
  • educating women, men, the public and physicians about the importance of breast self-examination and the benefit of early detection
  • providing support for patients, survivors and their families as they cope emotionally and physically with breast cancer

How we do it

  • Promote and provide funds for research into the cause, control and cure of breast cancer
  • Provide public education, family support services, dissemination and publication of information about breast cancer

Why we do it:

  • Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian women
  • Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in women ages 15 to 54
  • About 1 in 9 Canadian women is expected to develop breast cancer during her lifetime and 1 in 30 will die from it
The information contained on this web site is not a replacement for professional medical attention. Breast Cancer Action Kingston (BCAK) strongly encourages each of its readers to talk to a physician or health-care team to make informed medical decisions. BCAK takes no responsibility for actions taken as a result of information or materials referred to on the web site. BCAK is a volunteer organization that lacks the expertise to research questions of a medical or scientific nature.