"I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012...It probably took me about a year to go back to feeling totally fit. I would say that in that situation working was enormously helpful – it really normalised things it so that my whole life didn’t become about cancer." - Cathy

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Happy Australia Day from the Cancer Council Pink team. Who's heading outdoors today?
We wish all in our Pink Ribbon community a Happy New Year and thank you for your ongoing support in helping us create a cancer free future.
Happy Holidays from the Cancer Council team. We hope you share special times with your loved ones, reach out to those in your thoughts and share special memories of those who we miss today.
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Congratulations to our early banking prize winner L. Jackson from NSW! You have won a two night Gold Coast getaway which includes two nights accommodation thanks to our friends at QT Hotels & Resorts, return economy flights for two and $200 to spend at QT Gold Coast.
A big thank you to our friends at StarTrack, who, after supporting Daffodil Day for 16 years, also proudly provided heavily discounted rates for the delivery of our Pink Ribbon Day merchandise to our fabulous supporters Australia-wide!
Woolworths are once again joining forces with Cancer Council for Pink Ribbon Day!

This offer will be available in all stores, nationwide, and will be help raise vital funds for women’s cancers.

Thanks to the entire Woolworths team for their support over the last 8 years.
Did you notice our street appeal volunteers selling Pink Ribbon merchandise? The money raised will go towards prevention programs, support services and world class cancer research. Thank you to all our volunteers for their generous support!
For the third year running, CENTURY 21 Australia Real Estate offices across Australia have once again been “going pink” in support of Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon campaign this October.

Thank you Century 21 for helping us raise awareness and funds for women’s cancers!
The money you raise will help Cancer Council fight cancer through prevention programs, support services and world-class cancer research. Please donate today to help make a difference.

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When you donate to Pink, you're not just helping us end women's cancers. You're also providing much needed support to the thousands of women and their families that are affected by this disease in Australia each year. You can help by donating online.

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“Cancer is a word, not a sentence.” – John Diamon
Every day in Australia around 50 women are diagnosed with breast or gynaecological cancer. Women affected by these cancers often have specific needs or questions about their diagnosis and treatment options. If you or someone you know needs to talk, call Cancer Council on 13 11 20. Our helpline provides free, confidential information and support services to those affected by cancer.
Around 1,300 women in Australia are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year. To learn more about ovarian cancer, visit: bit.ly/1KwKRtP
Donations big or small help Cancer Council support women going through cancer treatment. Watch Cat Fung's story to see how Cancer Council helped her. Donate today to help those affected by women's cancers: bit.ly/1RkZ3LA
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