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With events for all fitness levels, sign up today to walk or run all over breast cancer. #MDC2017

Register for the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic
1 in 8 Australian women — mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, friends — will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.

Show your support for life-changing breast cancer research by signing up to the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic today. #WalkAllOverBreastCancer #MDC2017

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Be the first to know when registrations open for Real Men Wear Pink.

Pre-register at to raise $$$, get pinked and save lives!
Family, fun and funding breast cancer research - sounds like a perfect start to Mother's Day!

Sign up with your fam here [ Link ] and walk or run for breast cancer research at the 2017 Women in Super Mother's Day Classic!
Get your dream team together and join us on May 18th to climb the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge!

The National Breast Cancer Foundation has limited places on the inaugural Bridge to 2030: Climb for Breast Cancer Research, so don’t miss out on this unique engagement, team-building & wellbeing experience.

By taking part you’ll be helping to raise $1 million to keep NBCF’s researchers on the...
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Bridge to 2030: Climb for Breast Cancer Research
NBCF is pleased to announce the new research projects that will get underway in 2017.

The investment in these projects now leaves a legacy for better detection, prevention, treatment and support for those facing breast cancer now and in the future.

Over 30 new breast cancer research projects funded by National Breast Cancer Foundation
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Congratulations to Brett Pooles, who has now completed the first part of his incredible 1,150km Man with a Trolley fundraising journey!

As part of this challenge, Brett built a trolley - a fold up pink kayak that he has walked from Avonsleigh to Echuca (300km) and will now use to paddle from Echuca to Mildura (850km).

Brett was inspired to take on the challenge in loving memory of Cheryl...
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NBCF’s fundraising event last night for breast cancer research was a smashing success!

Hearing from Sinead Forbes on her personal experience with breast cancer, the amazing performances from Patrick Roberts on violin, and excellent MCing from Natalie Barr made the night one to remember.

We know that research is the only way to stop deaths from breast cancer and thanks to the generosity of...
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Early bird registrations are still open for the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic!

#MDC2017 #WalkAllOverBreastCancer

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NBCF is proud to announce a new way of investing in breast cancer research which will help turn breakthroughs in the lab into benefits for those affected by breast cancer faster.

Congratulations to Associate Professor Elgene Lim from
Garvan Institute of Medical Research, and Associate Professor Sherene Loi from Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation for being awarded these 10 year grants.
The Women in Super Mother's Day Classic has raised $30.4 million since it began in 1998, helping to fund research that is making a real difference in preventing deaths from breast cancer right across Australia.

Meet the researchers in your state who are improving how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated.

Meet the researchers
We have something exciting to tell you…Real Men Wear Pink is coming!

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Meet Bill Tsigaras. Bill is currently the leading individual fundraiser for the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic!

If you'd like to register for #MDC2017 and fundraise for breast cancer research visit [ Link ]
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What makes your mum special?
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Please join us for a special event hosted by 7 News Australia Sunrise, Channel 7 presenter Natalie Barr, spotlighting our ground-breaking breast cancer research and launching our innovative new focus in 2017.

Register for ''An Evening with the National Breast Cancer Foundation''
NBCF caught up with Dr Anabel Sorolla Bardaji at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research on her research which is showing early but promising results - she's using teeny tiny nanoparticles in a bid to develop an effective treatment for one of the most aggressive types of breast cancer.

Nanoparticles could help treat triple negative breast cancer | National Breast Cancer Foundation