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Latest News

First ever McGrath Breast Health Index reveals only 15% of Australian women understand breast health

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

The first ever annual McGrath Breast Health Index, which measures levels of what is being termed ‘breastpertise’ among women in Australia, was released today. Breastpertise refers to four criteria comprising breast health understanding: awareness, confidence in recognising changes in the breast, knowledge of risk factors for breast cancer, and behaviour in terms of frequency of checking.

McGrath Foundation expands board for growth

Thursday, 22 September 2016

The chairman of the McGrath Foundation, John Conde AO, is pleased to announce the appointment of two high profile businesswomen to the McGrath Foundation board, Ms Christine McLoughlin and Ms Suzanne Young. Mr Ken Moran, a valued and long serving director, is retiring from the board after eight years of dedication to the Foundation’s mission.

McGrath Breast Care Nurse honoured with Pride of Australia Medal nomination

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

The McGrath Foundation is thrilled to announce Bankstown's McGrath Kumho Tyre Breast Care Nurse, Pharmila Sapkota, has been nominated for the Pride of Australia Medal.

The McGrath Foundation encourages the community to 'Pink Up Your Town' in support this October

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

As a way to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the McGrath Foundation is calling on local communities to ‘Pink Up Your Town’ to help fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses throughout the country and to increase breast awareness in young people.