Support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ-Pre-order your NEW 2017| 2018 Entertainment Membership now. 20% of your membership goes to The Foundation [ Entertainmentbook.co.nz Link ]
We are very excited to announce a five-year partnership with the Ferrier Institute at Victoria University, Wellington! The first project will be the development of a "therapeutic vaccine" for breast cancer. Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

BCFNZ Ferrier Breast Cancer Vaccine Partnership

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Are you lacking love for hormone therapy? Do you suffer from side-effects from tamoxifen or aromatase inhibitors (e.g. letrozole, exemestane, anastrozole)? Join us for tomorrow night's webinar, and find out what you can do about it. Don't miss out - register now!

Register now: Learning to love Tamoxifen and Aromatase Inhibitors

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A massive thank you to the lovely team down at Cardrona in Wanaka for their constant support of the BCFNZ. So far, they have raised over $25,000 with their Cardrona Valley Bra Fence. Check it out next time in you are in the area!
This Panic! At The Disco superstar did some drawing while was in NZ, and he's auctioning off his artwork for the NZBCF! We're thrilled to have his support. Watch the video to find out why breast cancer is a cause close to his heart, and get bidding here: [ WMNZ.lnk.to Link ]

Brendon Urie's charity drawing for NZBCF

While he was in New Zealand, Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco designed a toy to be auctioned off with all proceeds going to his charity of choice. Brend...

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Do you struggle with side-effects from treatments like tamoxifen, anastrozole, exemestane or letrozole? Next Tuesday our expert panel will discuss what you can do about them, how to change medications safely, and how to live well on hormone therapy. Register now so you don't miss out.

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Could this diet cut your breast cancer risk? Watch Newshub's take on the new study that's got everyone thinking.

Mediterranean diet linked to reducing breast cancer risk

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Stock up on olive oil, fish, nuts, fruit, veges and wholegrains - it could reduce your risk of a particularly tough-to-treat type of breast cancer.

Mediterranean diet could cut your risk of a hard-to-treat type of breast cancer by 40%

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CHRISTCHURCH!!!! The intrepid Pink Caravan is on her way to see you tomorrow. Please pop in and see all the great info our expert Nurses have on-board. Wednesday 8th of March at He Waka Tapu 161 Pages Road Wainoni. (9am-4pm) ALL WELCOME!!
(great photos of Jim and Sue Palmer towing Pinkie through Otira Viaduct thanks to Chris and Jill Roberts)
Tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors (e.g. letrozole, exemestane, anastrozole) reduce your risk of cancer recurrence, but for some patients, these treatments come with serious side-effects, from hot flushes and joint pains to memory loss and concentration problems.

In this webinar, Chanda Warren, a breast cancer patient, will talk about her experience with Tamoxifen. David Porter, an...
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A big thank you to Karen White of Oamaru who raised over $5,000 for the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ with the help of her friends, family and community by doing a head shave. (photo credit to Oamaru Mail)
Have you got what it takes to conquer the Great Wall of China? Here's your chance to tick it off the bucket list and support the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. Find out more here, [ Bit.ly Link ]
Too adorable not to post - Jim our caravan towing hero and Otis the dog off on a ride down the coast today... give them a toot of thanks if you see them! Tomorrow - HOKITIKA outside the New World Supermarket. Please stop by and have a chat with Trish and Gill, our Nurses.
We want to say a HUGE thanks to NZMCA members Sue and Jim Palmer from Christchurch - they are doing a sterling job towing the Pink Caravan all along the West Coast and back to Christchurch - AND cleaning the outside of the caravan every morning. Here they are in GREYMOUTH this morning - outside the New World - please pop in and say hi to our Nurses today if you are in town.
Have you had ER+ breast cancer? Register for our webinar: Learning to love Tamoxifen and Aromatase Inhibitors, and find out how to tackle side-effects, switch between treatments, and finally live in harmony with these long-term medications.

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WESTPORT!! The Pink Caravan is back on the road again and our nurses are looking forward to meeting you - please pop in and say hello! (Wednesday 1 March 9 am - 4 pm) parked outside New World Westport.