Tomorrow, set your dial to Radio 3AW just after 9 am – I’ll be joining Darren James for an insightful interview. Darren’s innate altruism leads him to delve into my upcoming endeavors at the Ballarat Cycle Classic. During this interview, we’ll discuss my fundraising initiatives, all geared towards supporting the vital research conducted by the Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute.
The focus of our conversation will be on the institute’s dedicated efforts towards tackling triple-negative aggressive breast cancer. This form of cancer often affects younger age groups and individuals with specific genetic mutations. The dedicated team at the Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute is tirelessly working towards discovering targeted treatments that carry fewer side effects, offering renewed hope to those affected.
I extend my sincere gratitude to those who have already contributed to this cause. If you’re inclined to stand with us in raising funds, I invite you to share this post and make a donation through the following link: Donate Here.
It’s noteworthy that this research aligns seamlessly with the mission of my charity, the Australian Breast Care Centre. We share a common goal: to raise awareness and support women in managing a type of breast cancer that lacks anti-hormone treatment options. These patients often undergo chemotherapy, facing the challenges of hair loss and other complexities.
As we take to the airwaves, let’s unite in our pursuit of progress and support. Tune in tomorrow and stand with me as we strive to make a meaningful impact in the fight against breast cancer.