On Sunday a team of six women headed out for adventure as part of Hike for a Cure: Great Alpine Walk!

The Pink Ladies team decided to sign up for the fundraising hike after seeing members of their community affected by breast cancer.

They will hike for five days across the beautiful Victorian Alpine region, and so far they have raised a total of $14,215 for life-changing breast cancer...
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Mary Doyle is a breast cancer survivor, and long time Women in Super Mother's Day Classic supporter. This is her story.

Help make a difference to the lives of those with breast cancer, entries for the #MDC2017 are now open at [ Bit.ly Link ]

Meet Mary Doyle - Mother's Day Classic 2017

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Recently the Garvan Institute of Medical Research hosted a two-day update on recent developments and promising areas that could lead to breakthroughs in our understanding of the disease.

Here is our quick summary on the key topics: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The Women in Super Mother's Day Classic is back again on Sunday 14 May.

The event is the biggest fun run and walk for breast cancer research in Australia that brings the community together on Mother’s Day to support and remember those touched by breast cancer.
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Running at the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic is the only way Alana can imagine spending Mother’s Day.

“My son Blake will attend his third Mother’s Day Classic event this year which, with my dad, will mark three generations of our family participating in the event”.

“The day is even more special now with my son Blake... I want him to grow up and know that we do this every year for his...
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2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic.

Since 1998, the event has grown from 2 events with 2,500 participants to over 100 events and more than 100,000 participants across Australia.

Register today and make 2017 the best year yet! #MDC2017

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Early bird registrations for the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic are now open!

Sign up this February and receive the special early bird discount: [ Bit.ly Link ].

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In 1994 when Alana was just eight-years-old she lost her mother to breast cancer. Four years later she started a family tradition that would span 20 years and three generations.

The 30-year-old from Strathmore in Victoria has attended every single Mother's Day Classic and each year runs in honour of her mum Patricia, and since 2015 has added her late boss Elizabeth to her thoughts on Mother’s...
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After her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, Sophie Gaukroger and her family wanted to do something to support NBCF.

Sophie organised a group head shave of 18 people in Guyra and they raised an incredible $13,466.75 for breast cancer research.

Sophie says, “I'd like to thank all the men that volunteered to shave and to the four courageous women, who were the highlight of the night....
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Did you miss out on getting a spot at the incredibly popular Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival this year?

The National Breast Cancer Foundation is one of the official charity partners for Australia’s most-loved sporting events and we are looking for passionate people to join us as one of our Noosa Charity Entrants!

There are limited spots available and we are looking for committed...
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Charity Entries | Noosa Triathlon

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Registrations are now open for the 2017 Women in Super Mother's Day Classic!

Are you in? #MDC2017 #WalkAllOverBreastCancer

Walk or run for breast cancer research

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Today is World Cancer Day. It’s a chance to come together to improve our understanding of cancer and to talk about its prevention, detection, and treatment.

At the National Breast Cancer Foundation, #ICanWeCan support life-changing breast cancer research, working towards a goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.

This 4th February, join with us and show your support by sharing a...
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NBCF funds research into greater biological understanding of cancer and why some people are more susceptible to the disease than others.

In world-first research, Dr Kara Britt provides a new and deeper insight into why abnormal estrogen exposure might lead to breast cancer in some women. The next stage of their research involves exploring a potential link between the early stages of mammary...
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NBCF-funded researchers now have better understanding of early breast tissue development - National Breast Cancer Foundation

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The Combined District Kart Club had another amazing year of fundraising and raised an incredible $21,000!

Thank you to Catherine for organising the event and everyone who took part in the races, auctions and activities on the day.

We so grateful for your fantastic support and continued hard work to support life-changing breast cancer research.

If you would like to host your own...
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NBCF would like to congratulate one of our very special supporters, Paul Walshe, on being awarded an Order of Australia Medal on Australia Day for service to the communities of Queanbeyan and Canberra.

Paul helped organised one of NBCF’s largest fundraisers in Canberra, Global Illumination, for eight years.

We are so grateful for Paul’s fantastic dedication and hard work supporting...
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We are excited to join forces with the Movember Foundation Australia for the first time, funding research to help transform the lives of men and women around the world diagnosed with prostate and breast cancer.

The partnership is the first of its kind between two organisations focusing on research for these cancers. The grant will bring researchers of both diseases together and has the...
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Australian researchers are one step closer to breast cancer prevention after showing that inflammation contributes to increased breast density and is associated with a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.

Breast density research edges closer to cancer prevention - National Breast Cancer Foundation

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