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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
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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
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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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Where it all began: History of the AGCF
Where it began: history of the AGCF
Where it began: history of the AGCF
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The only Australian foundation funding laboratory research into all gynaecological cancers

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Celebrate the life of Annette McClure at the Symphony of Annette

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Annette McClure was a much-loved music teacher and beautiful Mum to her two children, Luke and Kate. Sadly in 2019, Annette passed away from endometrial cancer, the most common gynaecological…

Grab your tuxedo for the 2021 Cancer Down Under Ball

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Unfortunately we have had to postpone this event due to the COVID19 outbreak in Sydney. We'll set a new date as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding and…

Join us for the 2021 Inaugural Women in Sport Lunch

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Unfortunately, due to the developing COVID-19 situation in Sydney we've had to postpone the event. We're working on setting a new date for this fantastic event and will contact all…
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A big congratulations to Dr Aime Powell on her new position of chief investigator with a world-class research team. She'll be looking at possible ways of improving outcomes for ovarian cancer patients in Australia using linked national health data.

https://agcf.org.au/agcf-research-fellow-dr-aime-powell-joins-world-class-research-team/

Thank you to everyone who attended Cindy Sullivan's 59th birthday celebration. It was a beautiful day and a brilliant $12,000 for gynaecological cancer research was raised. https://bit.ly/325RdTa

We're proud of our first ever research grant recipient, Dr Dane Cheasley, who has been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund. Read about it and donate via our website to help fund more bright researchers https://bit.ly/316OD0d

Big congratulations to our first-ever research grant recipient @danecheasley on your promotion!

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