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THRF Group Charities
Fighting for a future free from breast cancer through world-class medical research.
We fight for a future free from breast cancer
With your support, we’re funding leading medical research focused on the prevention, detection, management and treatment of breast cancer.
We are improving care for women diagnosed with breast cancer today and progressing towards our mission of a future free from breast cancer for our children. Join Us.
Join the fight against breast cancer
Every donation makes an impact! Join as a monthly giver, make a donation in honour or find out about leaving a Gift in your Will.
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Fundraising for breast cancer research and patient care services is a fun, social and rewarding way to join the fight against breast cancer.
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Become a corporate or community partner of Australian Breast Cancer Research. Align yourself with a worthy cause and support our mission towards a future free of breast cancer.
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55 women are diagnosed each day with breast cancer
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting families in Australia. This is why ongoing support from the community to enable lifesaving medical research is so important.
Learn more about how breast cancer develops and how it can be detected.
We support breast cancer research across the disease lifespan; from prevention to treatment to cure.
Our research focuses on translational outcomes, which means that discoveries made in the labs are converted as quickly as possible into therapies that help people suffering with breast cancer.
Fighting to Stop the Progression of Breast Cancer
Thanks to a grant from Australian Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) and funds raised through
The Longest Table*, Dr Marina Kochetkova is working to translate a recent critical research breakthrough into new tools for the fight against breast cancer.
Breaking Down the Stigma of Fat to Save Lives
New research aims to break down the stigma that all fat in our bodies is bad and potentially lead to a reduced risk of breast cancer in women.
It Happens To Men Too
In 2012, Meningie sheep shearer Ashley Mason felt a lump in his breast, unaware that
he was about to receive lifechanging news that he had breast cancer.Read his remarkable story.
Easing Cancer Patients’ Stress During The COVID-19 Lockdown
Continuing our support to cancer patients during the latest COVID outbreak
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