The Australasian Society for Breast Disease was incorporated in 1997 as a new multidisciplinary society to bring together all those interested in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and research aspects of breast disease.
- To bring together individuals wherever in Australia, New Zealand and other Pacific rim countries, having the purpose of promoting better knowledge in biology, medicine and human sciences related to the breast in order to establish an Australasian society, with the intention of advancing multidisciplinary understanding and cooperation in the areas of prevention, detection, diagnosis and management of breast disease.
- To promote and encourage scientific research and publications related to the purposes of the Society.
- To instil an increased consciousness within the medical and lay communities with regard to breast disease, by using available means of education, information and publicity.
- To cooperate with relevant international associations, societies, other groups and individuals to promote the purposes of the Society.