FUNDING RESEARCH MEANS FUNDING HOPE

"The idea of not dying is so abnormal, it feels almost impossible. But then you start reading about all the research they're doing, all the stuff they're doing and you see hope. And so I think as long as there's hope, then I've got a chance."

- Sara, diagnosed 2019

JOIN THE ZERO HERO ELITE

Meet the Zero Hero Elite, virtual avatars that represent the real heroes of NBCF: our researchers, volunteers, speakers, fundraisers, and donors. Key people, like you, without whom our work would not be possible. Choose one of the Zero Hero Elite to accompany you on the Quest to Zero Deaths and they will offer you tips and tools along the way to help you raise the most for game-changing breast cancer research. 

Can you innovate and change the game like the Research Revenger or make a splash and spread the word like the Pink Paladin? Can you bring others to the quest and team-up like the Countdown Crusader? Or will you share your story like Herald and smash your fundraising goals like the Ribbon Raiser?

CLICK EACH AVATAR BELOW TO LEARN MORE!

RESEARCH REVENGER
STRENGTH: FOCUS

Brilliant, focused and precise, the Research Revenger used state of the art technology and keen insights to identify the next scientific breakthrough needed to achieve Zero Deaths from breast cancer by 2030.

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SKILLS

DETECT
TEST
ANALYSE
IDENTIFY

POWER-UP

RESEARCH IS THE BEST WAY TO STOP DEATHS FROM BREAST CANCER

Since NBCF's inception in 1991 the 5-year survival rate from breast cancer has increased from 76% to 91% and is still rising. But breast cancer is still the most diagnosed cancer in Australia. An ageing population, health and lifestyle factors and better detection have all contributed to an increase in breast cancer diagnoses. We've made progress but the game is not over yet.

WOMEN WILL BE 
DIAGNOSED
IN THEIR LIFETIME

AUSTRALIANS
WILL BE DIAGNOSED
IN 2021

MEN WILL BE 
DIAGNOSED
IN THEIR LIFETIME

YOU'LL BE FUNDING THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE

"More than half the treatments I'm using today weren't around when I was in medical school. Transformation is happening at a rapid pace. But while we've had a lot of success, there's a lot more to be done."

- Professor Elgene Lim, NBCF-funded reseacher

With your support NBCF funded Australian researchers are uncovering scientific breakthroughs that can change the future for those impacted by breast cancer.