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When Monique Perry was diagnosed with aggressive triple-negative breast cancer she feared her family history was about to repeat itself.
Five thousand cyclists have raised more than $564,000 to fight cancer after completing the Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle for Cancer.
A Queensland mother-of-two diagnosed with stage two ovarian cancer planned her wedding day from her hospital bed at Mater Hospital Brisbane in the days following ...
When Brisbane mum and stage three breast cancer survivor Emma holds her son Owen in her arms, she knows how lucky they are to both be alive.
An Ipswich mum diagnosed with stage three bowel cancer nearly 12 weeks after having her second child is warning young people that ‘cancer doesn’t discriminate’.
A breast cancer survivor and passionate volunteer is using music to relax and inspire cancer patients undergoing treatment at the Mater Cancer Care Centre.
Read this heartwarming Q&A with Mater cancer patient Melanie and Mater Clinical Nurse Consultant Esther.
A record $1.95 million has been raised to fight breast cancer thanks to today’s International Women’s Day Fun Run, presented by National Storage.
A group of more than 30 Queensland running buddies are on a mission to help raise money for people diagnosed with breast cancer – including their own teammate Sarah.
Queensland mum Emma was newly married and only 12 weeks into her pregnancy when doctors revealed she had stage three breast cancer.
Brisbane Broncos forward Corey Jensen has revealed the shocking moment his mother Nicole told him she had stage two invasive breast cancer.
Samantha had always wanted to be a mum, but a shock diagnosis of ovarian cancer in her first pregnancy left her fearing her dream of having a family would never come ...
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