Every two hours an Australian woman is diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer
Every two hours an Australian woman is diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer
Every two hours an Australian woman is diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer
Together we can fund new research and save lives
Together we can fund new research and save lives
Together we can fund new research and save lives
Each two-year research grant costs $220,000
Each two-year research grant costs $220,000
Each two-year research grant costs $220,000
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The only Australian foundation focused on funding research into all gynaecological cancers

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Introducing our new ambassadors

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The Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation are proud to welcome our new ambassadors who have kindly volunteered their time and expertise to help raise awareness for gynaecological cancer research. Their contribution…

Vale Carmen Duncan

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Carmen graduated from the National Institute for the Dramatic Arts (NIDA) in 1961 and had a stellar career in film, television and on stage, spanning more than 50 years. In…

Cindy Sullivan Fellowship Recipient

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The Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation (AGCF) is pleased to announce the 2018 Cindy Sullivan Fellowship recipient is Dr Aime Powell.
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Big thanks to the @AusGCF and Sullivan family for hosting an amazing fundraising event. It was a true privilege to speak about my research to 680 guests.

The amazing Sullivan children honour their Mum, and remind us all of the importance of donating to fund research that saves lives #cindysullivanraceday #agcf

A pleasure to attend the #cindysullivanraceday to raise much needed $ for gynaecological cancer research. @AusGCF #womenshealth #ovariancancer

It’s heads! 🙌 #cindysullivanraceday

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