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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Carmen Duncan Fundraising Lunch

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On November 28, we celebrated the life of lovely Carmen Duncan. A beloved mother, grandmother and sister – she sadly passed away from vaginal cancer earlier this year. Her sister,…

One year into research and Dr Aime Powell is more motivated than ever

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In 2018, the AGCF awarded Dr Aime Powell the Cindy Sullivan Fellowship to begin her outstanding research project, titled Aboriginal women at increased risk of cervical cancer incidence and mortality:…

Dr Dane Cheasley completes his research project with amazing results

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In 2017, the AGCF awarded their first Research Fellowship to an outstanding research project that will have a huge impact in the field of gynaecological cancer research and prevention.  The…
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Every 2hrs a woman is diagnosed with a Gynaecological Cancer, only 68% of them will survive five years. Research in this type of cancer receives the least amount of funding. @AusGCF @GregHuntMP @officeforwomen @eraaustralia @CCNewSouthWales @CancerCouncilOz

Aussie actress Paula Duncan talks about the rare cancer that claimed her sister Carmen, and partnering with @AusGCF to raise funds and awareness. More info: https://7news.link/kBKNlA #TDE7

NEW POST: @CancerAustralia has released the latest evidence on more than 30 risk factors for endometrial cancer. Read about it on our website http://ow.ly/ULub50wEndC

I just uploaded “Loraine's Story V2” to #Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/361581033

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