My Pink Ribbon Breakfast
This year I am hosting a Pink Ribbon Breakfast because I want to make a real difference to Australians affected by breast cancer. All donations made to this page will help do exactly that.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia’s leading national body funding game-changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the Australian public.
I really believe research is the best way to prevent deaths, and improve how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated. NBCF is working towards one goal: zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030. Together we can help them get there.
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Thank you so much for your support!
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My Personal JourneySunday 23rd Aug
I underwent my treatment for breast cancer at Mater Hospital Springfield and South Brisbane. In 2018 I began to experience discharge from my breasts. ‘I was a busy working mother and I knew I should check it out but mothers so often put themselves last and I kept putting it off’.
One day my breast started bleeding and I was so worried I went straight to hospital. The bleeding continued during my mammogram I knew something was very wrong. Straight after my mammogram doctors took me into a room and informed me that I had cancer. My treatment began with months of chemotherapy and regular hormone injections followed by a mastectomy of my left breast and lymph node clearance. The next step was five weeks of radiotherapy and I faced another challenge as I had to go to work then after work to receive this treatment.
At the end of my two year journey battling cancer I finally able to ring the bell to announce the end of my treatment.
‘THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT FOR ME, I KNOW I CAN FIGHT ANYTHING THAT COMES MYWAY’
“It would mean the world to me, and I’m sure everyone affected by breast cancer, that our researchers can hopefully one day find a cure.”Share
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