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Local community rallies for Walk4BrainCancer

Local community rallies for Walk4BrainCancer

June 4, 2019

Tracey getting into the spirit of Walk4BrainCancer

Brain cancer…a journey I would not wish on anyone. My story isn’t unique but hopefully by sharing it, we can raise awareness, understanding and the funds needed for patients, carers and their families.

Parliamentary powerhouse behind W4BC Tasmania

Parliamentary powerhouse behind W4BC Tasmania

June 4, 2019

I had recurring headaches for about ten years leading up to my brain cancer diagnosis. I reported this to my GP on many occasions and each time was told that it was a result of stress and working long hours or a virus. During that decade I worked as a union industrial officer and as a Ministerial adviser.

Canberra mum with brain cancer is on a mission

Canberra mum with brain cancer is on a mission

June 4, 2019

This year's Walk4BrainCancer Canberra will be a poignant time of reflection for Nicole Ghazag.

This year’s Walk4BrainCancer Canberra will be a poignant time of reflection for Nicole Ghazag. Two years ago, the young mum-of-two underwent surgery to remove a golf ball-sized anaplastic astrocytoma, which is a rare form of brain cancer.

Jane Akhurst – A Walk4BrainCancer warrior

Jane Akhurst – A Walk4BrainCancer warrior

June 4, 2019

Since being diagnosed with a GBM in 2014, Jane Akhurst and her family have taken part in Walk4BrainCancer Melbourne to help raise much-needed funds and awareness for brain cancer. As you’ll see, Jane’s optimisim and fundraising drive are truly inspirational.

Why Lucinda is Walking4BrainCancer

Why Lucinda is Walking4BrainCancer

June 4, 2019

This year, I’ll be Walking4BrainCancer in Centennial Park in memory of my beautiful best friend Tessa, who I lost to brain cancer in 2016.No one really teaches you how to prepare for or deal with death, especially in your early twenties. But what Tessa taught me was how to live, and really live well.

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