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Research for a World Without Breast Cancer

The Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) conducts an independent, collaborative breast cancer clinical trials research program to save lives from breast cancer.
 
Clinical trials identify new, safe and effective treatments and treatment strategies for those diagnosed with breast cancer and prevention strategies for all, particularly for women at increased risk. 
 
We work with researchers throughout Australia, New Zealand and globally to pool resources, avoid duplication, share knowledge and achieve research progress faster for the benefit of all women.
 
The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia (BCIA) is the fundraising and education department of the ANZBCTG.  Ongoing support for clinical trials research is essential for progress - results can be achieved more quickly, when more funding is available.  
 
Our aim is to eradicate all suffering from breast cancer and achieve the ultimate goal of “a world without breast cancer.”
 

Recent Breast Cancer Research News

What do you give the woman who gave you everything? 03/04/2017
Last year Australians spent around $2 billion celebrating Mother's Day. This Mother's Day, the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia is encouraging all Australians to give their mum the best gift of all - a gift for a world without breast cancer. more...
2016 ANZBCTG Awards 21/11/2016
Members and researchers involved in the clinical trials research program of the Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) have been recognised at the ANZBCTG's Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). more...
Breast Cancer Prevention Drug Tamoxifen Listed on the PBS 01/10/2016
Thousands of Australian women will benefit from today's announcement that the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen has been added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). more...

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Messages from our breast cancer research supporters

  • Kim
    25/04/2017
    Always remembering your brave fight, Nan. x
  • Stacey
    25/04/2017
    Love and strength to my nana who will fight this nasty cancer with everything she has!!
  • Alison
    25/04/2017
    I went through this horrible ordeal 10 years ago as a young woman.
  • Barbara
    25/04/2017
    Dear Rosy - you fought a valiant fight, I will miss you as will all the people you touched. Barbara xx
  • Danielle
    24/04/2017
    My amazing Mum Gail, you have really shown your strength and I admire your fighting spirit! You got this. D xx
  • Grant
    24/04/2017
    Get well soon Di James
  • Iain
    24/04/2017
    Sending strength and love to all those fighting. xxx
  • Emma
    24/04/2017
    In loving memory of a deeply missed Aunty.
  • Irene
    23/04/2017
    May all our mums, those still with us, & those in our hearts, be remembered & celebrated this Mothers Day.
  • Peter
    23/04/2017
    Let's never give up the fight, here's to finding a cure. Happy Mother's Day.
  • Chantal
    23/04/2017
    May all mums have a lovely day, week, month. Stay strong and positive xx
  • Paul
    23/04/2017
    For all the Mothers missing a Daughter this Mother's Day (and everyday).
  • Mandie
    22/04/2017
    May the cure be close to end this horrid disease.
  • Renee
    22/04/2017
    Happy Mother's Day to all the fabulous and strong mums all around the world. Big Love.
  • Tanya
    22/04/2017
    It's been 10 years since I was diagnosed and survived breast cancer! We always support the Mothers Day appeal as our mothers love receiving the beautiful card.
  • Niccola
    22/04/2017
    My mum is a breast cancer warrior. I love you mum x
  • Angela
    21/04/2017
    I hope we find a cure soon. I was diagnosed with BC Aug 2016. Thank you to all of the amazing people supporting breast cancer research & charities.
  • Steve
    21/04/2017
    My mother always told us, we could do anything if we tried hard enough, and she demonstrated that by beating breast cancer twice!
  • Samantha
    21/04/2017
    Happy Mothers/Nana's Day. Love Sam, Kahlen and Jessi
  • Kay
    20/04/2017
    For my amazing 92 year old mum who has beaten breast cancer twice. Love and hugs.
  • Victoria
    20/04/2017
    I am 31 with breast cancer. I cannot think of a better way to give my mum a card supporting this cause.
  • Vera
    20/04/2017
    So grateful to all the amazing people at there that are working so hard to rid us of this horrible disease we know as cancer. Thank you.
  • Mikayla
    20/04/2017
    I want a world without breast cancer, to stop the chances of myself or ladies close to me getting it. Happy Mother's Day to all mothers around the world xxx
  • Blair
    20/04/2017
    The love I have for my mum, makes a donation so easy to give. Thinking of all the men, women and children who are affected by this horrible disease.
  • Sue
    20/04/2017
    To future generations.... May you all be survivors
  • Jessica
    20/04/2017
    Every year these Mother's Day cards. They are not only gorgeous but I love that I am donating to a good cause and my Mum and MIL really appreciate that.
  • Sally
    19/04/2017
    In memory of my beautiful Aunt, Mrs Liz Hocking.
  • Michelle
    19/04/2017
    Sending love and best wishes to all of the strong women out there struggling today. xxx
  • Emily
    19/04/2017
    Thinking of my strong hearted cousin. You've got the determination and persistence to kick this cancer in the butt. Love you Sars xxx
  • Carolyn
    18/04/2017
    Thank you to all who donate. We must never give up and always hang onto faith hope and love.
  • Tara
    18/04/2017
    Sending strength to everyone who needs it today xxx
  • Carlo
    17/04/2017
    As you go through this "battle" may there always be someone there to hold your hand.
  • Franca
    12/04/2017
    Bella Mammina Rosa, always loved, cherished & missed. You are my true strength, the shining light in my life. Thank you for being a beautiful Mum.
  • Julie
    11/04/2017
    A time when the human race faces no threat of cancer, of any sort, is a dream worth chasing. We each need to support the researchers to be able to achieve it!
  • Elaine
    11/04/2017
    My Mum is a breast cancer survivor. I wanted to buy her a camera for Mothers Day but she asked that I continue to just donate and send a card.
  • Alexsandra
    09/04/2017
    A small act of kindness can help so many people. Supporting clinical trial research is something everyone can do, one donation each will make a huge difference
  • Angie
    08/04/2017
    I think everyone going through cancer is a warrior. My grandmother had a brain tumor and passed away over 20 years ago, I miss her every day x x
  • Lesley
    06/04/2017
    I donate to support those who have/had/ and will have breast cancer. Every donation is a step closer to saving lives xx
  • Patrice
    05/04/2017
    Standing strong to find a cure. We remember those gone to soon and live in hope our families don't have to endure anymore pain and suffering in the future.
  • Ann
    05/04/2017
    Thank you BCIA for providing so many people with information & assistance in understanding breast cancer. Keep up the good work.
  • Kerry
    04/04/2017
    A world without breast cancer would be a better world indeed xx
  • Jacqueline
    31/03/2017
    I'm contributing to breast cancer research because I want all women (and men) who are diagnosed to have the best chance of surviving possible.
  • Dorothy
    30/03/2017
    My sister was diagnosed 16 years ago. She had a breast removed, but 6 years ago the cancer returned, 3 months later she passed away. I miss her every day.
  • Gavin
    27/03/2017
    'Never give up' my supportive message to all women and some men who are so brave and fight. I support you totally and will continue to give while I am able to.
  • Samantha
    25/03/2017
    It's hard to watch a loved one go through the battle against breast cancer and I think this donation makes me feel like I'm actually doing something to help.
  • Adam
    25/03/2017
    For our dear friend, Fizzy.
  • Marvic
    23/03/2017
    Having been a breast cancer survivor myself I can understand how important it is to be supported. Therefore I encourage everyone to support this cause.
  • Lizzie
    23/03/2017
    I want a world without breast cancer for my children!
  • Addison
    23/03/2017
    Happy first Mother's Day to my Mummy! xx
  • Sandy
    23/03/2017
    A fabulous gift idea for Mother's Day to support a very important cause!
  • Phil
    23/03/2017
    Happy Mother's Day Mum!
  • Brad
    22/03/2017
    We really value our Mum's at Brad Acheson Homes and what better way to do that than to donate to Breast Cancer Research. Prevention and cure are a priority.
  • Catherine
    22/03/2017
    Supporting our friend Joan Ironmonger.
  • Patricia
    20/03/2017
    Celebrating 15 years free of breast cancer.
  • Jacqueline
    18/03/2017
    A childhood friend who passed away from cancer requested that a donation be made to breast cancer research in lieu of flowers.
  • Paul
    15/03/2017
    In memory of Isabell Briggs.
  • Alexandra
    14/03/2017
    I made the donation today to the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia for a breakthrough cure in breast cancer
  • Sue
    07/03/2017
    My mother died from breast cancer at the age of 49. If she was alive today this would not have happened. Research is so important.
  • Tanya
    07/03/2017
    Great work guys!
  • Jill
    06/03/2017
    Wishing for a world without cancer.
  • Nicole
    28/02/2017
    In loving memory of my beautiful mother Sandra Lundy who lost her battle to breast cancer at the age of 63 over 10yrs ago I still miss her every day.
  • Carmel
    28/02/2017
    As a survivor myself I know how difficult it can be with treatment and BCIA were a major help when I needed it especially to answer questions.
  • Jaslyn
    27/02/2017
    Always feel good if I can do anything for others.
  • Janet
    26/02/2017
    Breast cancer affected me 26 years ago. I feel it is important to let others know that there can be happy endings!
  • Rhonda
    25/02/2017
    I have just been diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Georgina
    24/02/2017
    My mother has recently gone through breast cancer and also have a cousin as well who has beaten breast cancer at this stage.
  • Sue
    23/02/2017
    Please donate to breast cancer research, hoping some day research will find a cure so we can live long and happy lives amongst our loved ones.
  • Christopher
    23/02/2017
    In memory of Androula Falas.
  • Odile
    22/02/2017
    In 1986 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Today I can honestly say "I am a survivor". This is what I wish for every woman diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Patricia
    21/02/2017
    I was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer in 1998 and had a lumpectomy and was chosen to receive chemotherapy and radiation in a Tamoxifen clinical trial.
  • Sharon
    21/02/2017
    Breast cancer has affected close friends & family so important we donate to support continued research & clinical trials.
  • Raff
    21/02/2017
    To support my mum and my friend who are survivors and to help find a cure for breast cancer.
  • Marylyn
    20/02/2017
    Every body either knows, or someone in their family or themselves are affected by breast cancer. You might not be able to donate a lot but every bit helps.
  • Valerie
    19/02/2017
    My two beautiful little granddaughters lost their mother two years ago and I would like to see researchers find the reason so many young women are afflicted.
  • Andrea
    19/02/2017
    I have a friend with breast cancer.
  • William
    17/02/2017
    My wife was diagnosed several years ago, went through the chemo etc, double mastectomy, and been on medication for many years, but all is well.
  • Kim
    17/02/2017
    Want to support the research.
  • Linda
    16/02/2017
    I have had too many friends who have had breast cancer and some who have died from it. I regularly support anything to do with research for breast cancer.
  • Loreta
    16/02/2017
    Just a little help to those who need treatment, and a big thank you for the great job BCIA is doing. God bless!
  • Alison
    15/02/2017
    I am a breast cancer survivor. Everyone diagnosed with breast cancer, should have the chance to say that.
  • Catherine
    15/02/2017
    My donation is in love and support for my mother and grandmother who were both diagnosed with breast cancer and a very good friend.
  • Christine
    15/02/2017
    In memory of my mum and anyone who has or had cancer.
  • Sophie
    15/02/2017
    I was diagnosed April 2015 with triple negative breast cancer, it is a tough journey both physically and mentally, we need these trials to combat this disease.
  • Bernard
    15/02/2017
    Just like to support the Breast Cancer Institute because you need financial help for your clinical trials and you help so many women.
  • Beverley
    14/02/2017
    My sister Andrea has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer in UK and i wanted to show my support for all your good work!
  • Kathy
    14/02/2017
    I have two grand-daughters and my greatest wish would be by the time they grow up breast cancer is no longer around.
  • Pamela
    14/02/2017
    Affected by breast cancer and recovered, the cause and cures need to be vigorously studied throughout the world to help everyone survive.
  • Pamela
    14/02/2017
    It is a very good cause, and you do wonderful work. I also have over the years had friends with breast cancer with some very good results.
  • Catherine
    14/02/2017
    My Aunts died from breast cancer.
  • Lynette
    14/02/2017
    I feel we need to keep "trial-ing" til we find the answer to saving family and friends affected . For some, trials are the only hope they have left.
  • Glenys
    14/02/2017
    This past week learnt of two very good friends battling breast cancer and one young woman who went to school with my daughters had her funeral yesterday.
  • Gay Offner C/- Forms
    14/02/2017
    12 good years then recurrence thought to be triple negative. Offered a trial but turns out I don't qualify this time. Trials give hope when you really need it.
  • John
    14/02/2017
    An Australia without breast cancer can only occur with well funded research.
  • Kim
    14/02/2017
    Too many of my friends have had or have passed away because of this tragic desease.
  • Di
    13/02/2017
    Too many people I care for are experiencing this debilitating disease.
  • Michelle
    13/02/2017
    My Mum and Aunty are both breast cancer survivors.
  • Joanne
    13/02/2017
    Too many friends old and young are fighting this disease, I have a daughter and two tiny grand daughters that I hope a cure is found in my lifetime for them!
  • Carol
    13/02/2017
    In memory of my sister.
  • Bronya
    13/02/2017
    My dearest friend Gaye lost her battle with breast cancer two years ago. She was 58 and just far too young. I miss her dearly.
  • Mary Ann
    13/02/2017
    Our family has never had a history of breast cancer until very recently my Aunt was diagnosed. Finding a cure is important to me because of this.
  • Carol
    13/02/2017
    In the loving memory of my younger sister who died from ovarian and breast cancer at age of 57.
  • Barbara
    12/02/2017
    Because it is very important to support that new trial to find a solution to heal breast cancer.
  • Josie
    12/02/2017
    Family members have had breast cancer.
  • Christine
    12/02/2017
    I'm sure all donations will help, big or small!
  • Trudi
    12/02/2017
    Doesn't really hit you until some you are close to are affected by this illness. Every little bit helps!
  • Lara
    11/02/2017
    I feel privileged to be in a position where I am able to donate money for medical research that can help women and men live healthier lives.
  • Leisa
    11/02/2017
    I know people who have and had breast cancer who survived and passed ! You just never know who it will strike. More research, more chance of survival!
  • Andrea
    10/02/2017
    Breast cancer affects so many people..not only the patients but their families. We need to find a cure and also support families going through treatment.
  • Giulia
    10/02/2017
    I received a beautiful letter in my mail box with Laura's story and decided to help a little. Together we all can save lifes.
  • Julie
    09/02/2017
    My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer 1 year ago after recovering from cervical cancer. Through the grace of God mum has recovered and is doing well.
  • Lauren
    09/02/2017
    I chose to donate today as breast cancer has affected many beautiful women in my life. I'm hoping for a cure in my lifetime! Xo
  • Angela
    09/02/2017
    I just wanted to contribute towards research so we can erase breast cancer from the ever growing list of cancers!!
  • Rosa
    08/02/2017
    I know of a beautiful woman who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer and it is affecting not only herself but so many others in her family.
  • Eva
    08/02/2017
    If my small contribution can make such an incredibly huge change to someone's life it is all worth it and happy to do.
  • Lorraine
    08/02/2017
    Received a letter today asking for donation I was happy to help
  • Anna
    08/02/2017
    My mother was an incredible strong woman. She suffered current dibillitating treatments in the hope that she could beat this disease.
  • J
    04/02/2017
    Our family has been directly affected by breast cancer & the support we received was fantastic. Great work being done by great people thank you.
  • Louise
    03/02/2017
    I make donations when I can as this service provides exceptional support to people who are going through breast cancer.
  • Raymond
    30/01/2017
    This is a great cause - so many women suffer from cancer which impacts both themselves and their families and friends. Happy to donate for a cure!
  • Joanne
    30/01/2017
    My dear friend is a breast cancer survivor and I am blessed to have her in my life.
  • Justin
    27/01/2017
    Our annual donation from proceeds of the 2016 pictures from a plane calendar.
  • Louise
    25/01/2017
    My 87 year old mother suffered from breast cancer when she was 80, she is a survivor :)
  • Julie
    25/01/2017
    For the wonderful essential research being carried out and the absolutely inspiring women going through and who have been through this insidious cancer.
  • Julie
    20/01/2017
    At our Mosaics Exhibition we decided to have a raffle as our way of giving support to Breast Cancer research. Breast cancer has touched all of us.
  • Steven
    17/01/2017
    In memory of my beautiful wife and Nan. Margaret. This first Xmas was devastating without Nan playing with the kids. Please find a cure.
  • Tracey
    06/01/2017
    Hopefully soon a cure will be found. My thoughts are with all those family and friends who have lost a loved one.
  • Thoai Nhan
    28/12/2016
    Keep it up! One day Breast Cancer will become history - Gone! No More!
  • Leonie
    27/12/2016
    I've had many family members and friends affected by Breast Cancer so I really appreciate the research and support the BCIA provides. Thank you.
  • Louisa
    27/12/2016
    May we see a world without breast cancer!
  • Thomas
    22/12/2016
    For my Mum and Grandma.
  • T S
    21/12/2016
    My wife and I have been donating to BCIA for some years now - to help fund research towards better treatment and cure for breast cancer.
  • Paul
    20/12/2016
    Christmas is not the same without a very special daughter, sister, wife, aunty and sister-in-law. We miss you terribly.
  • Brooke
    20/12/2016
    I donated today in memory of my mum, who would have turned 70 today. Selflessly, she spent her last months on clinical trials in the hope of a cure.
  • Helen
    20/12/2016
    As a breast cancer survivor I believe strongly in the work the institute undertake. Thanks BCIA and ANZBCTG! Without these trials I may have not survived!
  • Dianne
    19/12/2016
    I am going through secondary breast cancer after being in remission for 10yrs. I'm hopefully starting to get on top again with chemo etc.
  • Marita
    19/12/2016
    I just feel that I should contribute to such a worthy cause.
  • Arlene
    19/12/2016
    Everyone who experiences breast cancer needs all the support they can receive. This Institute does a wonderful job in supporting these women.
  • Katherine
    19/12/2016
    In memory of my beautiful Mum.
  • Alan
    16/12/2016
    I am happy to support research for this worthwhile cause and hope a cure is not to far away.
  • Claire
    16/12/2016
    My donation is in memory of my Darling Mum, who I miss very much and my two grandmothers who I never met because they were taken far too young.
  • Michael
    14/12/2016
    My maternal grandmother succumbed to breast cancer in Serbia in 1990. She fought bravely and died courageously.
  • Annette
    14/12/2016
    Research, which requires funding, is the key to defeating breast cancer.
  • Helen
    13/12/2016
    This is a donation in my others name. She lost her youngest sister to breast cancer 2 and a half years ago.
  • Nadine
    12/12/2016
    I'm donating as a way to celebrate the birthday of Sam Cross. She is my training partner, but also an inspiration and support to me.
  • Kathleen
    11/12/2016
    I have been donating regularly for some time.
  • David
    09/12/2016
    Would love to see this scourge eliminated, keep up the good work.
  • Trevor
    07/12/2016
    My mum is special and so are the women fighting cancer.
  • Connie
    06/12/2016
    In loving memory of my friend Ruth. I miss you.
  • Arti
    06/12/2016
    I'm grateful to God that I don't have breast cancer.
  • Patricia
    06/12/2016
    Keep researching - Keep winning - Well done.
  • Sandra
    06/12/2016
    For my beautiful sister Sharon, I lost her to breast cancer, miss her everyday and wish for a cure. Merry Christmas Sharon xxx
  • Elaine
    06/12/2016
    My support is for my late Aunt Rene, my dad's sister. She passed away many years ago from breast cancer and the sadness it leaves cannot be explained in words.
  • Steven
    06/12/2016
    For Penny, my Mum, who continues her battle today.
  • Angela
    06/12/2016
    Have been supporting this cause over 20 years now. Do it because breast cancer kills women. I want to help stop women dying from breast cancer now
  • Cathy
    06/12/2016
    Sending my love xx
  • Hayley
    04/12/2016
    A very merry festive season to BCIA and all who benefit from their good work. May we continue to make progress in 2017.
  • Ruth
    04/12/2016
    Merry Christmas to my mum - a present to you with meaning xx
  • Janene
    03/12/2016
    I would love life to be CANCER free.
  • Robyn
    29/11/2016
    We support breast cancer for all our friends who have been affected.
  • Carlo
    28/11/2016
    In memory of a great friend who showed us that every positive action, no matter how small, can contribute in achieving great outcomes.
  • Sylvie
    28/11/2016
    For my mum, and her sister, and their mum.
  • Susan
    27/11/2016
    I had breast cancer 5 years ago and am lucky that I recovered fully through the help of medical research. I would like to help other patients.
  • Allison
    27/11/2016
    I had breast cancer & was one of the fortunate women - the lump was found during my regular 2 yearly breast screening. I am now in remission.
  • Gemma
    27/11/2016
    My mum has gone through breast cancer. And it would be great if no one had to go through it.
  • Janemarie
    27/11/2016
    I have a dear friend who has had breast cancer and has been fighting bone cancer and subsequent cancers for the last few years. It is so sad to witness.
  • Melissa
    27/11/2016
    I've donated because I want all women to be strong and fight this disease and if we have the resources to do it WE CAN. xx
  • Franca
    27/11/2016
    My mum did not die of breast cancer but lung cancer. I miss her every day!!!
  • Johanna
    27/11/2016
    My experience with breast cancer has been very positive. Thank you for all the wonderful work you do. Have a very blessed Christmas.
  • Meropi
    24/11/2016
    Research into this insidious disease is vital & making one annual donation may facilitate helping those who are suffering from breast cancer.
  • Valerie
    24/11/2016
    My sister is going through chemo for her breast cancer now and I want to help find a cure. She is incredibly strong and I admire her greatly.
  • Denise JL
    23/11/2016
    To my beloved Mum in heaven...I lost you when I was 18 to breast cancer and I miss you more than ever 15 years on....love always, your one & only daughter...
  • Jon
    23/11/2016
    6 month's ago my wife passed away from a brain tumour. This is in memory of her.
  • Patricia
    22/11/2016
    A wonderful opportunity to donate for research, and a chance of hope for so many.
  • Jenny
    21/11/2016
    I like to be with you in your tough time. Keep up your good spirit, you will be soon back to your bright future!
  • Brendon
    19/11/2016
    My wife, Lisa, was diagnosed with early intervention Stage 2 breast cancer in July 2016. Lisa had surgery and radium and is doing really well.
  • Madeleine
    16/11/2016
    We should all work towards a world free of cancer, hope we reach this dream soon.
  • Diane
    14/11/2016
    May all those who are suffering from this terrible disease, be always in God's loving care. May His peace be with them and their loved ones this Christmas.
  • Charleen
    12/11/2016
    Merry Christmas everyone. My photo is a reminder of my journey 3 years ago and the wonderful medical treatment and support I received so that I am now healthy.
  • Michael
    11/11/2016
    I simply want to do something charitable today and because my grandma died of breast cancer.
  • Sylvia
    09/11/2016
    Mother had and died of breast cancer.
  • Robyn
    08/11/2016
    One day I hope there will be a cure for all breast cancers, irrespective of how far advanced they are before diagnosed.
  • Helen
    08/11/2016
    In memory of my dear friend Jenny Lang.
  • Tanya
    08/11/2016
    A wonderful cause. Best wishes to Emma and Amelia this Christmas.
  • Sharon
    06/11/2016
    As a result of a very kind and generous response from a colleague, I felt it appropriate to also show the same kindness.
  • Marian
    06/11/2016
    My aunt had a double mastectomy last August and seeing how brave she was throughout the radiation and chemo, she is an inspiration to all suffering cancer.
  • Lene
    01/11/2016
    I have enjoyed the Health Diary for more than 3 years and every year I look forward to all the amazing knowledge and good advice you have for me in the diary.
  • Catherine
    28/10/2016
    In honour of a friend.
  • Hadiza
    28/10/2016
    I am passionate about women's health and strongly supports the work researchers are doing to find a cure for breast cancer.
  • Glenda
    28/10/2016
    Happy to donate to a great institution.
  • Dorothy
    28/10/2016
    I donate every year because I want a cure to be found for breast cancer. We all need to play a part to find a cure.
  • Lisa
    25/10/2016
    I am a regular annual donor to this most important cause.
  • Margaret
    20/10/2016
    Wonderful work done by your organisation - thank you!
  • Stephen
    15/10/2016
    Mum had breast cancer & is now 6 years clear.
  • Michelle
    13/10/2016
    Happy to support a charity I believe in.
  • Maya
    12/10/2016
    In memory of my beautiful sister, Danya Ellinghaus, who would have turned 39 this month.
  • Catherine
    11/10/2016
    Many of my friends have gone through treatment so good luck to all.
  • Harriet
    11/10/2016
    I am alive because of your research.
  • Maureen
    10/10/2016
    In continued memory of mum who would have turned 81 this month but sadly lost her battle with breast cancer 26 years ago aged 54 xxx
  • Maria
    10/10/2016
    My Aunt died of breast cancer 30 years ago. Her family was never the same .......
  • Yasmin
    08/10/2016
    This is for a great cause! Please help and donate to support the research, our loved ones and friends xx
  • John
    02/10/2016
    Friend finished treatment!!
  • Danielle
    27/09/2016
    Happy Birthday Mum
  • Claire
    25/09/2016
    Amazing cause, forever grateful for my treatment, one day we will find a cure x
  • Krishna Prema
    22/09/2016
    Just a little help to all the brave women out there.
  • Sandra
    21/09/2016
    Hope for a cure. I lost my beautiful sister Sharon to breast cancer, I miss her every day xxxx
  • Marian
    18/09/2016
    My daughter had breast cancer.
  • Angela
    16/09/2016
    To help find a cure for breast cancer so that we can say one day there will no-one suffering from this horrible disease.
  • Sally
    15/09/2016
    I lost my mum Margaret 11 years ago today from cancer. It wasn't breast cancer but we'd all like to imagine a world without any kind of cancer x
  • Eigits
    15/09/2016
    We need to speed up the end of this very nasty problem for so many.
  • Jenny
    13/09/2016
    I received the all clear in March 2016 from breast cancer, still have hormone treatment and medication but am very gratefully for the support I receive.
  • Alan
    13/09/2016
    A very close cousin died some years ago from breast cancer.
  • Julie
    13/09/2016
    This is for my cousin Kellie Grahame currently undergoing radiation treatment after having breast cancer.
  • Julie
    12/09/2016
    In memory of my loving Aunty Jan who passed 12 months ago from breast cancer.
  • Odile
    29/08/2016
    I am a breast cancer survivor (30 years!!) and am truly grateful for organisations such as yours who help in so many ways when help is needed most.
  • Margaret
    24/08/2016
    Lets find a cure for this terrible disease - hopefully in my lifetime - fight on ladies!!
  • Megan
    23/08/2016
    In memory of my beautiful mother and to help support my friends currently in treatment, let's keep donating so that we may find a cure!
  • Sue
    23/08/2016
    For my dear friend Deb and all others going through this horrible disease. Lets find a cure!!!!
  • Patricia
    23/08/2016
    Research is essential to find less invasive treatment options. One day surgery will no longer be needed.
  • Michael
    23/08/2016
    My dear deceased grandmother died of cancer and a few of my parent's friends too.
  • Mia
    23/08/2016
    I so flippantly spend money on day-to-day things - if that is the case then I can afford to donate to charities!
  • Marvic
    23/08/2016
    I pray that the power of research will one day change the future for generations to come. Keep up the great work. God Bless the researchers and donors.
  • Dianne
    23/08/2016
    I have secondary breast cancer after 10 years in remission, however I am managing it through treatment and hopefully will go in to remission again.
  • Alan
    23/08/2016
    Pam & I are pleased to be able to support & help the Institute look for cures of this horrible disease & to help those unfortunately suffering it.
  • Tania
    10/08/2016
    The wonderful work of the Institute and the beautiful caring nurses and breast nurses need all the support they can receive.
  • Jennifer
    09/08/2016
    A sister-in-law of mine is undergoing treatment breast cancer.
  • Douglas
    08/08/2016
    Because of my family's history with breast cancer, we find it a better idea to donate than send flowers for special occasions.
  • Sally
    04/08/2016
    Because I feel lucky to have escaped breast cancer to date and to support many friends who have not.
  • Madeleine
    04/08/2016
    Please work towards a world free of cancer ... thank you!
  • Janise
    03/08/2016
    I suffered from DCIS in 1998, am grateful that my case was so minor, but can understand the trauma for those with more serious outcomes.
  • David
    03/08/2016
    Lost my beautiful wife, Sally, mother of Adrian and Fiona, on Dec 20 1996 aged 47. I do not want my daughter to face this disease without a cure.
  • Rosemary
    03/08/2016
    After breast cancer diagnosis in 2008 and treatment, I know the need for research is ongoing to enable survivors to live long and healthy lives.
  • Danielle
    03/08/2016
    For my beautiful sister Michelle who we lost three years ago to breast cancer and to a future with no cancer anymore.
  • Cora
    02/08/2016
    In support of cancer research.
  • Inderjeet
    02/08/2016
    A friend undergoes her second round of chemo today. I have pledged to either wear pink or donate on each day she faces a round.
  • Len
    28/07/2016
    I'm a fairly regular donor and I offer my support because I can!
  • Kim
    21/07/2016
    May the research and studies at BCIA help all those who suffer from breast cancer - with loving kindness to ALL beings :)
  • Elizabeth
    20/07/2016
    I am a grateful 17 year breast cancer survivor. Research is so important while current treatments still have life long side effects. We must do better.
  • Paul
    09/07/2016
    To all those wonderful ladies who are faced with this terrible disease I hope that we find a cure not only for you but for generations to come.
  • Haris
    09/07/2016
    May Allah have mercy on us and bless us all.
  • Sarah
    08/07/2016
    In memory of a good friend's mother....
  • Harriet
    07/07/2016
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer 8 months ago, I had a lumpectomy and radiation and am now on medication. I thank God for early intervention.
  • Theingi
    05/07/2016
    Because of all the breakthroughs in research and treatment, I was able to fight my battles through my journey with all the arsenal of modern medicine.
  • Jade
    30/06/2016
    I would like to see a world without breast cancer.
  • Sue
    30/06/2016
    My mother died of breast cancer and I have several friends who have been diagnosed with this disease.
  • Neil
    30/06/2016
    In memory of my wife, who died from breast cancer in 1997.
  • Carol
    30/06/2016
    I recently lost my sister in law to breast cancer, at age 47 with three children. Research is vital to help find a cure.
  • Ann
    30/06/2016
    It's such important research that the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia is undertaking. Work that saves lives.
  • Teresa
    30/06/2016
    In memory of my dear Aunt - Mrs Hilary Bach.
  • Caroline
    30/06/2016
    My thoughts are with all who are battling this disease and their loved ones. With love, Caroline
  • Rowena
    30/06/2016
    In memory of Mum xxx
  • Anna
    30/06/2016
    In memory of a truly remarkable friend, lady, mother, wife - Trish.
  • Patrick
    30/06/2016
    I want to see in my lifetime a world that is breast cancer free.
  • Priya
    30/06/2016
    Breast Cancer is now so common, affecting many age groups of women in our society. Its good to support research to help learn more about it.
  • Anica
    30/06/2016
    My donation is in memory of my beautiful cousin Ruby Dimitrievski who was a selfless and wonderful human being. Ruby always considered others before herself.
  • Eunice
    29/06/2016
    I hope the little donation could help support research towards early detection, prevention and finding cure for breast cancer.
  • Martin
    29/06/2016
    To celebrate 6 years of clear results for my wonderful wife Lorraine and beautiful memories.
  • Sharon
    29/06/2016
    In memory of my beautiful mum, Ros Bright, diagnosed with breast cancer at age 52 yrs, passed away 23rd December 2015, (71 years young). "Be Happy".
  • Jennifer
    29/06/2016
    In memory of my childhood friend who battled breast cancer for nine years and for my sister-in-law who is still fighting it. We need to find a cure.
  • Claudia
    29/06/2016
    Many of my family members and friends have been effected by cancer. I hope my small donation will create a future where cancer is only a zodiac sign :)
  • Arlene
    29/06/2016
    My sister-in-law has had breast cancer twice.
  • Mark
    29/06/2016
    My wife is a 17 year survivor of breast cancer, having been diagnosed within weeks of the birth of our third child.
  • Kerrie
    29/06/2016
    Just lost my mum.
  • Patricia
    29/06/2016
    I would like to help to find a cure for this all too prevalent disease.
  • Mark
    29/06/2016
    My mum and 2 sisters-in-law have survived breast cancer.
  • Joseph
    29/06/2016
    My wife has had breast cancer twice. Through the dedicated work of people like yourselves she is still alive and enjoys life to the full.
  • Kym
    29/06/2016
    It's seven years since my diagnosis. By supporting clinical trials, more women will survive breast cancer. I believe every donation, big or small, can help.
  • Sandra
    28/06/2016
    I donate to various medical research organisations and as am an active fundraiser for cancer research.
  • Louise
    28/06/2016
    My Mum was diagnosed with breast cancer at 81. She is now 5 years cancer free. I hope this small contribution will help find a cure for breast cancer.
  • luciana
    28/06/2016
    In memory of my beautiful Linda.
  • Kerrie
    28/06/2016
    In memory of my late mother Meryl.
  • Louisa
    27/06/2016
    Every bit helps. By giving we can hopefully see a future without breast cancer.
  • Marion
    27/06/2016
    Having had breast cancer myself I am conscious of the great advances in treatment and survival due to research efforts.
  • Catherine
    27/06/2016
    I would do anything to protect my daughter. Donating money for research is a way to help protect her.
  • Nell
    27/06/2016
    Great cause! We have to save our daughters, sisters and mothers!
  • Peter
    27/06/2016
    For my children's, children's, children.
  • Jane
    27/06/2016
    Research into breast cancer is so important to overcoming one of the most devastating illnesses anyone can endure.
  • Satish
    27/06/2016
    To help the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia.
  • Emelie
    27/06/2016
    To contribute to find the cure for breast cancer.
  • Kerrie
    27/06/2016
    Hope this small amount helps.
  • Maureen
    26/06/2016
    To help women who are diagnosed with breast cancer and then have to survive the treatment. My beautiful sister, Glenis, passed away from breast cancer in 2009.
  • Lauren
    26/06/2016
    I want my daughter to live in a world where cancer of any kind doesn't exist or has a 100% survival rate.
  • Sylvia
    25/06/2016
    With love.
  • Eric
    25/06/2016
    I have donated previously to this very worthwhile cause.
  • Brian
    23/06/2016
    In memory of my late wife Cindy who passed away in Jun 2009 after fighting breast cancer for 5 years.
  • Patricia
    23/06/2016
    Hopefully one day there will be no Cancer in the world. I have lost too many family & friends. Its wonderful that we are seeing more survivors.
  • Carolee
    23/06/2016
    As a breast cancer survivor, I know much needs to be done to alleviate the suffering of patients and their families. Continuing research is vital.
  • Martin
    22/06/2016
    My wife and I lost her Aunty to breast cancer recently. The whole family is at a loss.
  • Gloria
    22/06/2016
    In memory of my dear friend Faye and in support of a positive cure for this disease.
  • Marjorie
    21/06/2016
    Our Daughter-in-law has just had a mastectomy and needs chemo for her chance of survival.
  • Bruce
    21/06/2016
    We lost a sister-in-law from this dreadful disease.
  • Elizabeth
    21/06/2016
    In loving memory of my Mum.
  • Peter
    21/06/2016
    Our donation today is in celebration of my Mum, Granny & Aunties surviving breast cancer & for all those who sadly have not...lets find that cure xx
  • Susan
    21/06/2016
    This donation is in memory of my gorgeous beautiful friend Ali. I miss her every single day.
  • Kathryn
    20/06/2016
    In memory of my Auntie Chris - who fought hard and lost her battle.
  • Susan
    18/06/2016
    I am a cancer survivor, fortunately I don't have this gene, and as I have two daughters it makes me a very happy mum.
  • Bennett
    17/06/2016
    For the death of Christina Little, loved Mother, Mother-in-Law, and Grandmother.
  • Vivienne
    16/06/2016
    I am 3 and a half years post diagnosis, going strong. I want cancer eradicated from our lives, I don't want anyone else to hear those words, you have cancer.
  • Giovanna
    16/06/2016
    I am a 50 year old female who has has a couple of cancer scares, however to date I have been extremely lucky. I may need help from BCIA one day.
  • Dianne
    15/06/2016
    For Chris Little, a beautiful, courageous lady and wonderful auntie taken far too soon by a disease which will hopefully one day be curable.
  • Laurence
    14/06/2016
    My grandmother died of breast cancer and I know many families who have lost a loved one to this terrible illness.
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