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Would you like to enjoy a day of indulgence visiting beautiful homes and also help support NZBCF? We need volunteers to help at the 2017 NZ House & Garden Tours held in Hawke’s Bay, Wanaka, Tauranga, Christchurch and Auckland. You would be helping with security, car parking and the flow of people visiting (4 to 5 hours volunteering).
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Today, we presented evidence to the Health Select Committee to support raising the free mammogram age from 69 to 74, in front of a backdrop of these wonderful women, all of whom were diagnosed with breast cancer over 69. New Zealand is full of vivacious older women, loved and valued by their friends and families, who deserve access to free mammograms. Thanks to everyone who signed our...
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Fiona was one of our most inspiring fundraisers this year. After being diagnosed with a rare type of breast cancer in 2015, she set herself a humongous goal - and pulled it off, all while regaining control of her health.

Fiona went the extra mile for breast cancer

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Watch Sunday's investigation of intra-operative radiation therapy (IORT) - a one-off breast cancer treatment that could save Kiwi patients weeks of radiation therapy. This treatment could benefit around 1000 women every year who are diagnosed with small, grade 1-2, ER+ cancers - so why isn't it publicly funded?

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Don't forget to tune in to Sunday tonight at 7pm on TVNZ 1, where Dr Erica Whineray Kelly is talking about intra-operative radiation therapy. It's a one-off breast cancer treatment that could save patients weeks of painful treatment - so why isn't it being offered to Kiwi patients?
We would like to say a huge thank you to Harcourts Cooper & Co Real Estate for raising an incredible $28,075 for The NZBCF from their Harcourts Greenhithe Pink High Tea that was held back in May as part of Pink Ribbon Breakfast month. We are so grateful for your ongoing support year after year and the difference you make to kiwis affected by breast cancer-thank you!
Watch Sunday at 7pm on TVNZ 1 to see Dr Erica Whineray Kelly talk about IORT (intra-operative radiation therapy). It's a one-off breast cancer treatment that could save patients weeks of painful radiation - so why isn't it being offered to NZ patients?
The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is thrilled to once again be the chosen charity for the 2017 NZ House & Garden Tours.
Proceeds from the ticket sales go to The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation to fund local support services and research in each of the five areas of the NZ House & Garden Tours.
With a stunning mix of homes on show, there is something for everyone!
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This week, Mary's sharing her chemotherapy preparations with us. It's all about new experiences - from organising her schedule around treatment, to adventurous haircuts and wig shopping.

Mary shares her cancer diary: Ready for chemo

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We're sorry to announce that, in light of Monday's earthquake, we're postponing the South Island leg of this year's Pink Caravan Tour. We hope to return to the South Island in March and April to complete the nation-wide trip. We'd like to send our best wishes to everyone affected by Monday's earthquake.
The Bridgestone Pink Cap Drive has had another amazing year, raising $60,250 for the Foundation! A huge thank you to all the Bridgestone dealerships for their amazing support,
and to all the supporters that “Pinked Your Ride” this October. Bridgestone also backed our Pink Caravan on the North Island leg of its tour, check out some of the great photos here Bridgestone Pink Cap Drive
In Thursday's Pink Ribbon Express we're talking about a first-of-its-kind online community for breast cancer patients, what some amazing fundraisers have done during October, and a new community education programme made possible by you. Subscribe now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Now the weather is getting warmer we’ll be using these a little less! A huge thank you to Macpac for donating these gorgeous Halo down jackets to the Foundation. They’ve kept our Pink Caravan Nurses toasty warm these past few months, plus the NZBCF staff during the Pink Star Walks and Auckland Marathon events. You can get yours here:
What happens in the first few weeks after a breast cancer diagnosis? Mary's sharing her experience with us, from making surgical decisions to telling her friends what's going on.

Mary shares her cancer diary: Preparing for surgery

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A busy day at Tolaga Bay today- thanks so much for welcoming Pinky on the coast! Looking forward to another full day tomorrow - meeting new friends and more great conversations at KAITI MALL in Gisborne.
Ruatoria! Our Pink caravan Nurses won't want to leave - you have turned on such a lovely day!
Looking forward to a fantastic stop in Tolaga Bay tomorrow!!
A huge congratulations to everyone who participated in our Christchurch #PinkStarWalk on October 29th! Be sure to tag yourself if you spot yourself in amongst the sea of photos. Amazing photos thanks to Raewyn Murray Photography - be sure to check out her page for more photos. More to come!!
A huge congratulations to everyone who participated in our Christchurch #PinkStarWalk on October 29th! Be sure to tag yourself if you spot yourself in amongst the sea of photos. Amazing photos thanks to Raewyn Murray Photography - be sure to check out her page for more photos. More to come!!
Thank you to all the organisations who took a stand against breast cancer and went Pink for a Day this October! We loved seeing your organisations turn pink! (If you would like to send us photos or need information about depositing your funds please email us fundraising@nzbcf.org.nz) Check out the video below of some of our favourites so far! We hope to see you pink out your organisation in 2017!
Such a beautiful day in Flaxmere today - the Pink Caravan nurses will be at Flaxmere Village Green today until 4pm - they would love to meet you! Tomorrow if you are in Wairoa pop along for a chat with them - they will be parked outside Jess For Less near the New World supermarket.