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A huge congratulations to Jake Ward who returned home on Wednesday after completing an incredible 1500km run for breast cancer research!

After losing family members to breast cancer, Jake decided to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation by taking on long distance runs with big fundraising goals.

This is Jake's third major challenge for NBCF, which saw him running up to 50km a day...
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"The best thing about memories… is making them."

This festive season is the perfect time to celebrate with your family and friends and make some memories together. For crafting memory ideas visit Brother Australia [ Bit.ly Link ]
Pink Ribbon Breakfast 2016 competition winners have now been drawn! This year we had some amazing prizes, kindly donated by our fantastic corporate partners Royal Albert Australia and Sheldon and Hammond.

Congratulations to our lucky winners:
Major Prize – Royal Albert tea party set: Carole Thorburn (QLD)
Major Prize – SCANPAN Australia Cookware set: Forest Lake Outside School Hours Care...
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National Breast Cancer Foundation

Sinead had surgery just weeks before Christmas, then started chemotherapy which left her body so weak she was unable to fight off a normal cold and developed a life-threatening infection in her lungs.

It was very hard time, but Sinead remained hopeful the treatment would be successful.

“Breast cancer has taught me never to take life for granted. Every minute I have with my husband and my...
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Donate Today | NBCF Christmas Appeal

We are excited to announce that the Dometic Follow the Sun campaign has raised $115,113.52 for breast cancer research.

Thank you to all of the ambassadors and businesses who made this possible, especially our platinum partner Dometic Waeco Australia.
Today is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving.

Your gift today will help improve the lives of people with breast cancer now and in the future by funding life-changing breast cancer research.

Donate on #GivingTuesday

We recently traveled to the sunny Gold Coast where a much anticipated breast cancer conference delivered the latest news and advances in breast cancer research and care.

With concurrent sessions over three days, it was impossible to hear every presentation, but we did our best to cover as many as we could, especially when NBCF-funded researchers were speaking. Here are our highlights… [...
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NBCF highlights from the COSA breast cancer conference

Ride with the wave, smooth seas lie ahead. #MondayMotivation
Professor Nehmat Houssami's NBCF-funded research program takes a big picture view of breast cancer screening to improve outcomes for women.

Read about her important research in NBCF's annual report. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Tackling the big questions | NBCF's Annual Report

Bidding is underway for the Pink Minnie!

NBCF’s much loved Pink Minnie has had a memorable journey helping raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research and now it needs a new home.

Funds raised from the auction sale will help NBCF in its mission to fund life-changing breast cancer research.

Make a bid for breast cancer before the auction ends tomorrow at 8pm.

Bid for breast cancer

Without our army of volunteers, NBCF wouldn't be able to do what we do.

Kathryn, who volunteers her time to review research applications, says, “I volunteer for NBCF because I want to help ensure that research money is directed to where the greatest benefit can be achieved for women in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. I would like to know that women don’t have to go...
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Annual Report 2016 - National Breast Cancer Foundation

This time seven years ago, Sinead was faced with telling her children she had breast cancer.

She told them, “Mummy is sick. I have breast cancer. It’s very serious, but I’m going to be okay.”

“It was extremely emotional to face a breast cancer diagnosis exactly a month before Christmas. It is always such a special, sentimental time. So having to face all of the people that I love and tell...
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The recurrence of breast cancer occurs because some cancer cells escaped the initial treatments and spread to the bloodstream where they somehow stay dormant, waiting for the right conditions to start multiplying and spreading to distant parts of the body (metastasising).

Researchers are investigating this dormancy which could hold the key to preventing metastatic breast cancer and saving...
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Researchers aim to understand why breast cancer returns

Cult Design's annual fundraiser invites leading creatives in Australia to reinvent an iconic chair. Each chair is exhibited at the Cult showrooms and auctioned off to a charity of the designers own choice.

This year, designer duo Arent&Pyke have reinvented the Officina chair in a conceptual way and chose to raise funds for NBCF. "Breast cancer is still the most prominent cancer amongst women...
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Sharyn Chain bravely took on a head shave challenge in front of hundreds of women at the Hardy's Bay Pink Ribbon Luncheon in October to raise money for NBCF after being inspired by our researcher Professor Patrick Brennan.

"I have been going to the Hardy's Bay Pink Day Luncheons for 6 years. Last year two best friends spoke about one carrying the others baby because she was not able to carry...
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We're excited to announce that Jake has almost achieved his incredible 1,500km run! Jake is now heading for his hometown of Cranbourne - the final destination of his amazing challenge for breast cancer research.

Jake has been running up to 50km daily since the start of November, passing through QLD, NSW and VIC and inspiring communities to give along the way. With one week to go he has run...
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Thank you to all of our amazing supporters who ran, cycled and swam as part of Triathlon Pink Perth on Sunday!

Triathlon Pink has now raised over $45,000 for life-changing breast cancer research, and we couldn’t do it without the support of people like little Nugg and her mum Kelly. Seven-year-old Nugg took on her first triathlon on Sunday and with encouragement from mum has raised over...
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Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is an area that prompts many questions because we don’t know as much about it as other types of breast cancer. That’s why we enlisted the help of NBCF-funded Dr Dinny Graham to talk about her research and advancements in this area and answer questions in real-time on our Facebook page. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Dr Dinny Graham answers questions about triple negative breast cancer

When it rains, look for rainbows. When it’s dark, look for stars. #MondayMotivation
NBCF-funded Dr Normand Pouliot is investigating ways to detect when breast cancer spreads to the brain earlier, so new treatments can be more effective.

You can find out more about this exciting research in our annual report.

Breaking through barriers