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We would like to say a huge thank you to Dirty Down Under 4x4 Pink Run and Community Events for another incredible event fundraising for us in 2016.

With over 400 4X4s on the day along Cooloola Coast in QLD, the event raised a phenomenal $48,485! We are so grateful for their amazing support and continued hard work to support life-changing breast cancer research.

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“I was inspired to leave a legacy for future generations of my family, my grandchildren and others” – Pam whose daughter Andrea passed away from breast cancer 21 years ago, on her 25th birthday.

Research has greatly improved breast cancer survival rates, but there is still so much to be done.

A gift in your Will is a legacy that will protect future generations so vital breast cancer...
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Leave a legacy for future generations

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In the largest study on 'chemo brain' yet, patients report that their ability to think, remember and learn new things is impaired long atfer their treatment for breast cancer is stopped.

Breast cancer patients say 'chemo brain' is a substantial problem - National Breast Cancer Foundation

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NBCF-funded Professor Sandra O’Toole is using cutting edge technologies to assess thousands of mutations in cancer genes.

Her goal is to understand the molecular changes in breast cancers that are associated with diffferent responses to chemotherapy. Her work aims to improve decision-making and treatment options, thus increasing the survival of those affected by breast cancer.

Improving diagnosis and treatment selection

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The National Breast Cancer Foundation was extremely sad to hear the news about the passing of NBCF Speaker Sharon Driessen last Friday after fighting a long battle with advanced breast cancer.

Our condolences to Sharon’s husband Andrew and her son Doug, our thoughts are with them at this time. We would also like to acknowledge the incredible passion and dedication that Sharon brought to NBCF...
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We’d like to say a big thank you to our long-term supporter Judi Adams!

Judi has been supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation for over twelve years and today we congratulate her on achieving an incredible $400,000 raised for NBCF.

She has made a huge impact on her community in Tasmania; reaching out to businesses, media, individuals and organisations to support our goal of zero...
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There’s no escaping that researchers find getting funding for their work very stressful.

Living from grant to grant doesn’t provide the job security they need to maintain a mortgage, support their family and enjoy life without undue financial stress.

Funding for medical research is limited across the board, but it’s particularly challenging for early career researchers who are trying to...
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Brain drain or brain gain? NBCF funds young brilliant minds from all over the world

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If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door . #MondayMotivation
Around Australia on any given day of the week there are committed people hosting fundraising activities for breast cancer research.

These do-it-yourself events are a major undertaking for people like Jess who wrangle family and friends to help pull off a successful event and raise funds for breast cancer research.

Day at the races for daughter raising funds

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The research we fund leaves a long-term legacy that will make a life-changing difference for future generations affected by breast cancer.

Read more about how funding research kick-starts this legacy.
Thank you to Brother Australia, which have been a corporate partner of the National Breast Cancer Foundation since 2014. Since that time they have raised over $455,000 for life-changing research.

With their ongoing support and commitment to funding world-class breast cancer research, NBCF is working towards a goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.
Have you already broken your New Year's Resolutions?

Why not make a resolution you can keep and sign up to take part in Triathlon Pink Brisbane on March 12th!

With distances for beginners and experts, there's an event for everyone - and with two months to go you've got plenty of time to train!

Register today at [ Triathlonpink.com.au Link ] and help us raise funds for life-changing...
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Triathlon Pink | Brisbane

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As the global collective of knowledge on cancer and healthcare expands, certain areas of research have emerged at the forefront of discovery – immunotherapy, precision medicine and predictive testing.

Underpinning these new frontiers in medicine are advancing technological capabilities, the ability to harness huge amounts of data and the reapplication of existing treatments in new forms or...
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Be yourself.

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It's kind of fun to do the impossible!

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The possibilities are endless! #2017
Here's to 2017!

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When you can’t change the direction of the wind, adjust your sails.
– H Jackson Brown Jr.

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Seasons greetings from everyone here at NBCF!