Webinar announcement! Our next webinar is a little different to previous ones. We'll be live-streaming a breast reconstruction awareness event, taking place in Wellington on Wednesday July 5th. World-leading surgical oncologist, Dr Krishna Clough, will be joined by a panel of Wellington and Hutt-based surgeons to discuss breast reconstruction as part of a breast cancer treatment plan. A Q&A...
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Melanie McBride
Pam Williams
HOT OFF THE PRESS ! Research is vital in future-proofing our health system and our population health outcomes . See the vision and strategy announced today .
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New Zealand Health Research Strategy 2017-2027

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Yesterday we were completely blown away by the Powerhoop NZ community who raised $12,000 throughout May. They held Pink Ribbon Breakfasts, a hoopathon and more! Thank you team!
Yesterday we were completely blown away by the Powerhoop NZ community who
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Katherine Matamua
Sign up for the pinkest night walk in New Zealand. The Pink Star Walk is back and once again we're challenging you to walk 10km along Wellington's beautiful waterfront!

Of course there is still a family friendly 5km alternative!

Tickets are available from - register now and you can help change kiwi women's lives.
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Pink Star Walk - Wellington

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Sign up for the pinkest night walk in New Zealand. The Pink Star Walk is back and we’re challenging you to the half marathon, or the family friendly 5km!

Tickets are available from - register now and you can help change kiwi women's lives.
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Pink Star Walk - Christchurch

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Melissa Patterson
Kay Stewart
Sign up for the pinkest night walk in New Zealand. The Pink Star Walk is back! This time we have THREE lengths available in Auckland.

We are challenging you to the half marathon, 10km walk or family friendly 5km!

Tickets are available from - register now and you can help change kiwi women's lives
Sign up for the pinkest night walk in New Zealand The Pink

Pink Star Walk - Auckland

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Nikki Filipo
Emma Garlick
Colleen Findlay
It's downright impossible for someone who hasn't experienced breast cancer to fully understand what you are dealing with each and every day. Mybc is a free online community that allows you to reach out to others who know your struggle. ❤Learn more: [ Mybc.care Link ]
Its downright impossible for someone who hasnt experienced breast cancer to fully
This week is National Volunteer Week and Breast Cancer Foundation NZ would like to take this opportunity to say a big THANK YOU to all of our amazing volunteers around New Zealand! Many of our major events couldn’t happen without your support. These wonderful volunteers gave their time to the Pink Ribbon Street Appeal 2016 to support their colleague. Tell us your volunteer story below…why do...
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This week is National Volunteer Week and Breast Cancer Foundation NZ would
Deborah Pallikaros
Nat Nolan
Last chance to register for tomorrow night's webinar, Fertility After Breast Cancer. We are delighted to have Dr Guy Gudex, fertility specialist, gynaecologist and the Medical Director, and founder, of Repromed New Zealand on our panel. Guy will talk about the range of available fertility preservation options, eligibility for publicly-funded treatment and give an overview of how fertility...
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Last chance to register for tomorrow nights webinar Fertility After Breast Cancer
Over the last 4 days, Debra, our National Educator, has been
championing our stand at Fieldays, New Zealand's annual event for innovation in our rural community. When it comes to breast awareness, we'll settle for nothing less than equal access for all.
Over the last 4 days Debra our National Educator has been
One week until our free webinar on Fertility After Breast Cancer! We are very excited to announce that Dr Sheridan Wilson will be joining us on our panel. Sheridan is a medical oncologist specialising in the treatment of breast cancer. She will talk about how fertility and breast cancer treatment fit together - timing issues, sequencing and safety - as well as getting pregnant after breast...
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One week until our free webinar on Fertility After Breast Cancer We
Louisa Margaret Mcmillan
Teresa Allen
Last year we presented the Health Select Committee with 10,000 signatures supporting the extension of New Zealand’s free national breast screening programme to women aged between 70 and 74. Today, the Committee advised the government to take action, bringing access to life-saving mammograms one step closer for our older women: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Last year we presented the Health Select Committee with 10000 signatures supporting
Dianne Harris
Christine Frayling
Denise Bowers
Te Aroha Isaia, aged 24, was diagnosed with grade three inflammatory HER2+ breast cancer in December 2016. She began a blog to share her journey with her friends and family, and now she’s sharing thoughts from her blog with you: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Te Aroha Isaia aged 24 was diagnosed with grade three inflammatory HER2
Mary Kavoro Moananu
Magdeline Radcliffe
Kim Laurenson
Heather Wilkins
Marlene Godfrey
Carol Young
Webinar announcement! Our next webinar, on June 20th at 7pm, is going to cover fertility after breast cancer - an exceptionally important topic. Treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can have a significant impact on your ability to have children which can be devastating if you haven't completed your family. Register now for this free event and equip yourself with the knowledge that you...
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Webinar announcement Our next webinar on June 20th at 7pm is going
Breast Cancer Treatment & Support
Mybc is a support network in your pocket. ❤ It brings people affected by breast cancer together, to share experiences and help each other through. You can get free advice from our qualified breast nurse, too. Join now: [ Mybc.care Link ]
Mybc is a support network in your pocket It brings people affected
Last night, ZM Snapchart host, Cam Mansel, cut off his hair in memory of his amazing English teacher who sadly lost her struggle with breast cancer. BCFNZ ambassador, Jacqueline Nairn, had the honour of making the first chop in the name of making zero deaths from breast cancer a reality. Cam has already raised an incredible $2,450.00 for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ through his GiveALittle page...
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Could these be our youngest supporters?! A big thank you to Mel Ibbett‎ for sharing this gorgeous picture from their coffee group’s Pink Ribbon Breakfast. Do you have any pictures from yours? Share them below!
Could these be our youngest supporters A big thank you to Mel
It’s the last day of May but it is not too late to join the pink fun and host a Pink Ribbon Breakfast! Money raised goes towards supporting patients and funding life-saving research. Registrations close this week so don’t forget to sign up! Sign up here: [ Pinkribbonbreakfast.co.nz Link ]
Its the last day of May but it is not too late
Melanie McBride
Shanon Brooks
Head in to Robert Harris today for a delicious breakfast and they will donate 10% to help support patients and fund life-saving research! Check out your nearest store here: [ Robertharris.co.nz Link ]
Head in to Robert Harris today for a delicious breakfast and they