On behalf of the Royal Melbourne Hospital Neuroscience Foundation I do want to thankyou for your considerable efforts at the dinner last, Friday night. As you certainly would realise the auction was an extraordinary success and this was largely due to your efforts
Professor Andrew KayeRoyal Melbourne Hospital
I have had many phone calls and letters following the event from our guests stating they have never been to such an event where they were part of a worldwide auction bid. Everyone felt involved both on the floor and overseas.
Robyn HollandsFmr Director of D'ment, MSO now Director RICH Communications
Pathway found for Zero deaths by 2030
Saturday, 6 October 2018
At a breakfast function at the Weston Hotel in Martin’s Place, Sydney last Thursday the National Breast Care Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary.
CEO Professor Sarah Hosking opened the breakfast announcing a ‘Big Audacious Goal’ of Zero deaths by 2030. This is a giant leap those with breast cancer but so was going to the moon in 1961.
The breakthrough is the ability to analyse proteins in a tumour and then establish an individual treatment pathway for each cancer sufferer. The group of some 350 guests hosted by NBCF ambassador Lisa Wilkinson were amazed by the findings of this research and pledged much needed funds for ongoing support of the program. #zeroby2030