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Daily Liberal
Dubbo stars dance for cancerDubbo community members will dance the night away on Friday to raise funds for
Dubbo stars dance for cancer
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
Dubbo community members will dance the night away on Friday to raise funds for Cancer Council NSW. Stars of Dubbo: Brentley and Kalitha Goodwin, Scott Drady, Nic Steepe, Scott Turner, Rod Fardell, Warwick McCarthy and Ian Burns. Photo: Belinda... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Oak Tree raises the fundraising bar for 2017Oak Tree Retirement Village Toowoomba residents Steve Beasley, Robyn Beasley an
Oak Tree raises the fundraising bar for 2017
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Oak Tree Retirement Village Toowoomba residents Steve Beasley, Robyn Beasley and Hazel Reuter at the Cancer Council's annual Biggest Morning Tea event. Photo Contributed OAK TREE Retirement Village Toowoomba joined the fight against cancer for the... Read more
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The Courier
Daffodil Day reaches 30 years of awarenessBRIEF: CANCER Council Victoria is calling on volunteers help to spread hope on
Daffodil Day reaches 30 years of awareness
The Courier / Posted yesterday
BRIEF: CANCER Council Victoria is calling on volunteers help to spread hope on Daffodil Day CANCER Council Victoria is calling on volunteers help to spread hope on Daffodil Day via the 30th campaign launch. The state body aims to raise $1.4 million... Read more
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Daily Examiner
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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Northern Star
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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Queensland Times
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Stats show 1 in 3 young Mums smoke in first 20 weeksof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
Stats show 1 in 3 young Mums smoke in first 20 weeks
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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News Mail
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancyof mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compa
One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy
News Mail / Posted yesterday
of mothers smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy at 25 per cent, compared to a median of 14 per cent nationally. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said the figures were concerning, and highlighted the need for joint... Read more
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Queensland Times
Your community billboard to what's on in Ipswich4 Bell St. Lorraine 3201 0241. BRASSALL: Ipswich Woodcrafts Club, Mihi St, Tu
Your community billboard to what's on in Ipswich
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
4 Bell St. Lorraine 3201 0241. BRASSALL: Ipswich Woodcrafts Club, Mihi St, Tues-Thurs 8.30am-noon. 32811342. IPSWICH: Cancer Council Ipswich branch meets second Tuesday each month, 6pm, Humanities Building upstairs. New members welcome.... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Landmark study reveals bowel cancer riskEverybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of t
Landmark study reveals bowel cancer risk
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
Everybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease, says Professor Sanchia Aranda, Cancer Council Australia CEO. 'There is a danger in overemphasising genetics. It's important for those that have got it, but we... Read more
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Weekly Times
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctorEverybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of t
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctor
Weekly Times / Posted 3 days ago
Everybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease, says Professor Sanchia Aranda, Cancer Council Australia CEO. "There is a danger in overemphasising genetics. It's important for those that have got it, but we... Read more
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Perth Now
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctorEverybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of t
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctor
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
Everybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease, says Professor Sanchia Aranda, Cancer Council Australia CEO. "There is a danger in overemphasising genetics. It's important for those that have got it, but we... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctorEverybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of t
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctor
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Everybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease, says Professor Sanchia Aranda, Cancer Council Australia CEO. "There is a danger in overemphasising genetics. It's important for those that have got it, but we... Read more
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Herald Sun
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctoris at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctor
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease, says Professor Sanchia Aranda, Cancer Council Australia CEO. "There is a danger in overemphasising genetics. It’s important for those that have got it, but... Read more
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News.com.au
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctorEverybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of t
Everybody at risk of bowel cancer: doctor
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Everybody is at risk of bowel cancer, not just those with a family history of the disease, says Professor Sanchia Aranda, Cancer Council Australia CEO. "There is a danger in overemphasising genetics. It’s important for those that have got it, but we... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Distance dictates cancer survival rates in regional areasgo to hospital all the time. He is taking drugs to stop the cancer from growin
Distance dictates cancer survival rates in regional areas
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
go to hospital all the time. He is taking drugs to stop the cancer from growing and has been fine for about eight months. Cancer Council NSW northern regional manager Rhian Paton-Kelly said the diagnosis and treatment of cancer placed a... Read more
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News Mail
Prevention a priority: LaborHealth Agency was also abolished in the Coalition's 2014-15 budget, the stateme
Prevention a priority: Labor
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Health Agency was also abolished in the Coalition's 2014-15 budget, the statement said. Ms King said Labor was looking at Cancer Council Australia recommendations and that the party would have more to say on preventative health before the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mouthwash linked to cancerand alcohol-containing mouthwash) is that one is for pleasure and the other is
Mouthwash linked to cancer
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
and alcohol-containing mouthwash) is that one is for pleasure and the other is being recommended as a health product.'' Cancer Council NSW chief executive Andrew Penman said the review was "interesting'', but called for further research. "I... Read more
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The North West Star
Rohan Connolly: The last word from round 14for getting the job done in a "Licorice Allsorts" number of pink and brown, for
Rohan Connolly: The last word from round 14
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
for getting the job done in a "Licorice Allsorts" number of pink and brown, fortunately for a good cause in the Tasmanian Cancer Council. You'd have to be pretty good to get away with a number like that. And the Hawks are. Geelong coach Chris... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rocky Relay for Life ambassador dies two weeks after eventtwo weeks after touching the lives of so many at Relay, Andrew passed away peac
Rocky Relay for Life ambassador dies two weeks after event
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
two weeks after touching the lives of so many at Relay, Andrew passed away peacefully at Rockhampton Hospital. Cancer Council Queensland's Relay For Life CQ Coordinator Ashlee Hansen said: "I know I speak on behalf of the entire 2016... Read more
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News Mail
Cancer outcomes better for sufferers in the citygo to hospital all the time. He is taking drugs to stop the cancer from growin
Cancer outcomes better for sufferers in the city
News Mail / Posted 4 days ago
go to hospital all the time. He is taking drugs to stop the cancer from growing and has been fine for about eight months. Cancer Council Queensland spokeswoman Katie Clift said cancer patient survival largely depended on the quality and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Shelley West's 'bald move' to remember her mumit all." After such a tough time for their family Shelly's campaign raised $70
Shelley West's 'bald move' to remember her mum
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
it all." After such a tough time for their family Shelly's campaign raised $7000, which has been donated to the Australian Cancer Council. "Everyone has been really generous and supportive and I've had a few compliments from people that say I have... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
Elmer Walter Elhard, Jr.be at the Anderson Cemetery, Anderson, MO. Contributions in memory of Jr. may b
Elmer Walter Elhard, Jr.
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
be at the Anderson Cemetery, Anderson, MO. Contributions in memory of Jr. may be made to Kids Need to Read, Newton County Cancer Council, or Faithful Friends Animal Advocates, c/o Clark Funeral Home, PO Box 66, Neosho, MO 64850.Services are under... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
High tea in the Pioneer ValleyHouse), from 2.30pm. The cost will be $40 per person. "We are asking for cash
High tea in the Pioneer Valley
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
House), from 2.30pm. The cost will be $40 per person. "We are asking for cash only payment to 97 Victoria St, Mackay, Cancer Council Queensland Mackay office," Ms Tass said. The Relay for Life will be held in the Pioneer Valley on September... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
FAIR GO: More services for Toowoomba cancer patientsabout treatment services available to regional cancer patients would be key to
FAIR GO: More services for Toowoomba cancer patients
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
about treatment services available to regional cancer patients would be key to bettering Toowoomba's statistics. "Cancer Council (Queensland) does offer some travel assistance if you do need to travel to Brisbane for specific... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
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Queensland Times
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
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News Mail
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
News Mail / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
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Daily Examiner
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
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Northern Star
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
6 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deathsfigures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Ha
More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
figures were released yesterday at the Australian and New Zealand Children's Haematology/Oncology Group's annual meeting. Cancer Council Queensland head of research Professor Joanne Aitken said childhood cancer death rates dropped about 3% per... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Helpers are key to Relay for Lifeorganise entertainment, activities, great food, and special ceremonies. Kather
Helpers are key to Relay for Life
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
organise entertainment, activities, great food, and special ceremonies. Katherine Hodges, Community Relations Coordinator Cancer Council NSW, highlights the immense value that volunteers bring to this event: “Volunteers are the key to bringing... Read more
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The Young Witness
Helpers are key to Relay for Lifeorganise entertainment, activities, great food, and special ceremonies. Kather
Helpers are key to Relay for Life
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
organise entertainment, activities, great food, and special ceremonies. Katherine Hodges, Community Relations Coordinator Cancer Council NSW, highlights the immense value that volunteers bring to this event: “Volunteers are the key to bringing... Read more
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Western Advocate
Helpers are key to Relay for Lifeorganise entertainment, activities, great food, and special ceremonies. Kather
Helpers are key to Relay for Life
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
organise entertainment, activities, great food, and special ceremonies. Katherine Hodges, Community Relations Coordinator Cancer Council NSW, highlights the immense value that volunteers bring to this event: “Volunteers are the key to bringing... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The Evening Edition | Thursday, June 23, 2016with big morning tea INVERELL: Who better than the Inverell branch of the CWA
The Evening Edition | Thursday, June 23, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
with big morning tea INVERELL: Who better than the Inverell branch of the CWA to join forces with to raise funding for the Cancer Council by holding a Biggest Morning Tea? Read on.No bail for accused robber GLEN INNES: A woman has been refused... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The Evening Edition | Thursday, June 23, 2016with big morning tea INVERELL: Who better than the Inverell branch of the CWA
The Evening Edition | Thursday, June 23, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
with big morning tea INVERELL: Who better than the Inverell branch of the CWA to join forces with to raise funding for the Cancer Council by holding a Biggest Morning Tea? Read on.No bail for accused robber GLEN INNES: A woman has been refused... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Thursday, June 23, 2016with big morning tea INVERELL: Who better than the Inverell branch of the CWA
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
with big morning tea INVERELL: Who better than the Inverell branch of the CWA to join forces with to raise funding for the Cancer Council by holding a Biggest Morning Tea? Read on.No bail for accused robber GLEN INNES: A woman has been refused... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Thanks for sharing morning teasON BEHALF of Cancer Council NSW, I would like to thank the entire community for
Thanks for sharing morning teas
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
ON BEHALF of Cancer Council NSW, I would like to thank the entire community for gathering together, sharing a cuppa and tasty treats, and giving support to those affected by cancer by participating in Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea... Read more
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Manning River Times
Jamal a hit – even if he didn’t playan enthusiastic bidder for some of the items. More than $6000 was raised and t
Jamal a hit – even if he didn’t play
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
an enthusiastic bidder for some of the items. More than $6000 was raised and this will assist the Asthma Foundation, the Cancer Council and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. “I thought we’d get a bit of backlash when Jamal didn’t play, but... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Cancer Council caters for hungry motorists in charity rideVOLUNTEERS from Cancer Council Queensland's Eastern Downs branch will be busy b
Cancer Council caters for hungry motorists in charity ride
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
VOLUNTEERS from Cancer Council Queensland's Eastern Downs branch will be busy baking up a storm ahead of the 15th annual Cruise for Cancer. The branch will provide morning tea for about 100 hungry motorcycle riders, who will travel through the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Breast cancer breakthrough offers new hopeHospital, said this discovery was an important breakthrough because RANK inhibi
Breast cancer breakthrough offers new hope
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 days ago
Hospital, said this discovery was an important breakthrough because RANK inhibitors are already in clinical use. CEO of Cancer Council Australia prof Sanchia Aranda said this study provided hope for potential carriers of the faulty BRCA1 gene... Read more
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Manning River Times
Jamal a hit – even if he didn’t playan enthusiastic bidder for some of the items. More than $6000 was raised and th
Jamal a hit – even if he didn’t play
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
an enthusiastic bidder for some of the items. More than $6000 was raised and this will assist the Asthma Foundation, the Cancer Council and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. “I thought we’d get a bit of backlash when Jamal didn’t play, but... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Breast cancer ‘breakthrough’or prevent breast cancer in women with an inherited BRCA1 gene mutation,” Prof
Breast cancer ‘breakthrough’
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
or prevent breast cancer in women with an inherited BRCA1 gene mutation,” Prof Lindeman said. Prof Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia, says this study does provide hope for potential carriers of the faulty BRCA1 gene but warns any... Read more
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Perth Now
Breast cancer ‘breakthrough’or prevent breast cancer in women with an inherited BRCA1 gene mutation,” Prof
Breast cancer ‘breakthrough’
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
or prevent breast cancer in women with an inherited BRCA1 gene mutation,” Prof Lindeman said. Prof Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia, says this study does provide hope for potential carriers of the faulty BRCA1 gene but warns any... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Breast cancer ‘breakthrough’or prevent breast cancer in women with an inherited BRCA1 gene mutation,” Prof
Breast cancer ‘breakthrough’
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
or prevent breast cancer in women with an inherited BRCA1 gene mutation,” Prof Lindeman said. Prof Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia, says this study does provide hope for potential carriers of the faulty BRCA1 gene but warns any... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Walkers remember those touched by breast cancertea were held after the walk. "One in eight Queensland women will be diagnosed
Walkers remember those touched by breast cancer
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
tea were held after the walk. "One in eight Queensland women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime," Cancer Council Queensland Cancer support co-ordinator Amber Copland said. "The Annual Walk of Hope in Toowoomba was... Read more
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