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Thank you for all that you do

Thursday 22 April 2021

Our photo gallery acknowledges the work of our amazing supporters who are dedicated to a cancer free future.

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Achieving a major research goal

Wednesday 21 April 2021
Progress against leukaemia: A/Prof Daniel Gray has discovered how cancer cells resist drug treatment in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia.
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Brent’s starting early on building a better world

Wednesday 21 April 2021

Brent began taking part in Relay For Life as a 28-year-old. Ten years later, his passion led him to another step: leaving a gift in his Will.

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Hype or hope? Cancer marker tests sold online

Wednesday 21 April 2021

Ads for direct-to-consumer cancer marker tests claim they can detect cancer without needing to see a doctor. Do they live up to their promises?

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The crucial research you’re supporting this year

Wednesday 21 April 2021

Through all the challenges we’ve faced in the past year, there’s been one big thing giving us hope: the ground-breaking cancer research projects you help fund.

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Somehow, Marnie kept smiling through COVID-19 and cancer

Monday 29 March 2021

“When I was diagnosed, it was a time in my life when I was just starting to find my feet and discover where I belonged in the world. Then it all came crashing down.”

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Pat's journey with cancer

Thursday 25 March 2021

Being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 74 was the last thing Pat expected. Now she wants to ensure her own children and grandchildren are diligent about their breast health.

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"I want to contribute what I can, while I can"

Wednesday 10 March 2021

AFTER being diagnosed with young onset colorectal cancer (YOCRC) three years ago, Emma Barrance-Kelly is helping improve cancer outcomes for others.

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Teens presenting to hospital with sunburn. We need to do better.

Tuesday 2 March 2021

Sunburn on a child or adolescent means something has gone wrong in our duty of care to protect the younger generation. It’s a condition that’s particularly hard to stomach given sunburn is almost always preventable. It simply should never happen.

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