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Latest News

First metastatic McGrath Breast Care Nurse launched in Victoria

Thursday, 13 October 2016

Today is Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day, and we are pleased to welcome Australia’s third dedicated metastatic McGrath Breast Care Nurse, Jenny Macindoe, into her role at Peninsula Health’s Frankston Hospital, in south east Melbourne.  Jenny is the third dedicated metastatic McGrath Breast Care Nurse in Australia. The McGrath Foundation is committed to providing support to families experiencing breast cancer, and the needs of people diagnosed with metastatic (also known as secondary or advanced) breast cancer which differ to those diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. 

McGrath Foundation’s Signature High Tea in Sydney roaring success

Friday, 7 October 2016

This year we welcomed our High Tea guests in their very best pink to the McGrath Foundation’s Signature High Tea at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth on Friday, 30 September. More than 450 guests came along to this year’s Sydney event, making it the biggest and pinkest yet. 

McGrath Foundation hosts inspiring conversation with award-winning entrepreneur Jack Delosa

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

The McGrath Foundation were delighted to welcome Australia’s most awarded entrepreneur under 30, Jack Delosa, to our office today, where he delivered an inspiring talk about innovation as part of the McGrath Foundation’s internal ‘Fresh Ideas’ sessions.

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.