When the National Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1994, 24% of women diagnosed with breast cancer passed away within five years of their diagnosis. In less than 20 years, this figure has improved to 90 per cent survival.
As the National Breast Cancer Foundation receives no government funding, all funds are donated by the community through fundraising initiatives and donations.
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Let’s get straight to the point: This year, over 3,000 Australians will lose their life to breast cancer.
To stop deaths from this disease, we need to fund research.
Research that will help us detect tumours earlier, improve treatment outcomes – and ultimately, save lives.
To do this, we need YOU.
So today, we ask you to please donate. If everyone who visited this page donated $100, we could fund a research team for 6 years to develop a personalised vaccine that will boost the body’s own immune system to eradicate breast cancer cells.
Together, we can reach our goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.
Your tax deductible donation* today can save lives.
DONATE ONCEDONATE MONTHLY*All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
WITHOUT RESEARCH THERE IS NO HOPEResearch is the only way to end breast cancer. Donate before June 30 and help people like Natalie today. DONATE NOW Or continue to nbcf.org.au