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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AGCF would like to invite you to join us for the Carmen Duncan Fundraising Lunch. Carmen Duncan was a beloved mother, grandmother and sister. She bravely fought and survived breast…

Merle on Ovarian Cancer – the Silent Killer

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For seven months from the beginning of 2009 I experienced uncharacteristic tiredness, weight loss and increasing pain. Stomach ulcers were finally diagnosed. Several months later, despite repeated tests showing that…

Angus and his Mum brave the Sahara Desert to raise money for cancer

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When Angus Callister’s mum asked, “if I ever do something really crazy, would you do it with me?” Angus didn’t expect 6 days of running in the Sahara Desert.  “Mum…
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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

"Ovarian cancer gets four times less funding than breast cancer. If we don't change things now, women in their 30s will face the same appalling prognosis as me in 30 years' time." @jillemberson addresses the disparity in cancer research funding https://ab.co/2k6jAPb

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