“Seeing first hand the incredible work these brilliant researchers are achieving was absolutely breathtaking. There is no doubt in my mind that if it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be here. They give me and the thousands of others living with pancreatic cancer hope for a brighter future” -Sandy-
OUR CHRISTMAS WISH IS TO GIVE HOPE TO PATIENTS LIKE SANDY.
Your generous gift of $50 this Christmas will help us invest in new technology and enable our oncologists and researchers identify new treatments for pancreatic cancer patients.
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer-related deaths in New South Wales because it has the lowest survival rate of all cancers.
By investing in innovative research, you can help our oncologists and researchers at Bill Walsh Translational Cancer Research Laboratory at the Kolling Institute of Medical Research to continue fighting against this disease and change the odds.
This Christmas, with your help our researchers can help offer pancreatic cancer patients a brighter future.
HOW YOUR GIFT WILL HELP:
$50 could help buy the software needed to convert images to data that will provide powerful insights into cancer cell behaviour and how they respond to new drugs.
$100 could allow us to take our research into developing a blood test for improved prognosis to the next phase.
$200 could help buy an automated system to collect the images needed to see immune responses within a patient’s tumour. This will help us save time and where pancreatic cancer is concerned, time is always of the essence.
Our Christmas wish is to have the opportunity to change the future for pancreatic cancer patients. With your investment in innovative research, you can help us continue our fight against this disease and change the odds.
Please donate TODAY.
Help our clinicians and researchers offer pancreatic cancer patients a brighter future this Christmas. Together, we can offer them, and their families hope.
P.S. To understand in real terms the difference your gift will make, please read Sandy’s story here. She says that despite the grim statistics for those with Pancreatic cancer, she remains quietly confident, having seen first hand the amazing work done by the brilliant researchers working to give her and the thousands of others living with pancreatic cancer hope for a brighter future.
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