Brother for Sisters

Grab your Brother for Sisters pink tie and help us raise funds for breast cancer research. ... MORE>

Pink Ribbon Breakfast

This year it’s all about FUN, and no better way to do this than to hold a fundraising Pink Ribbon Breakfast party!... MORE>

Never too soon to find a cure

Donate Now to support the 800 young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.... MORE>

Breast Cancer is not just an older woman’s disease

Explore our comprehensive resource that shines a light on the unique challenges faced by young women with breast cancer. ... MORE>

Register4 opens up to all cancers

A national online database for women and men interested in opportunities to participate in cancer research... MORE>

Party for a Cure, with your pet!

Carole_Renouf_260_109.jpgWhile I have also loved cats, at present I cherish a dog. And not just any dog. A giant goddess of a rescue dog, named Nala because she looks like the Lion Queen. She has a very beautiful presence, she’s tan and white, with golden eyes rimmed with black, the softest mouth and longest legs in the world, and extremely gentle and placid.

We all know the importance of exercise in maintaining our health and certainly, Nala ensures I take regular daily walks within in a busy lifestyle.

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Need an excuse to shop?

Carole_Renouf_260_109.jpgBlue Illusion have been supporting NBCF since 2011 and have raised an incredible $115,000 for breast cancer research over the years. This November, Blue Illusion are inviting you to attend one of their styling workshops taking place in over 90 store around the country on 6th November. Blue Illusion are partnering with NBCF to offer 10% of the day’s proceeds will be donated to NBCF. Also on offer is a fashion show, French champagne & social sensibilities. For more information and a $25 voucher please download the image below or visit

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Pink has many shades -
some lighter, some darker

Monday 13 October 2014 was Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day. At NBCF, we are very conscious of the unmet needs of... More

Latest update on BRCA
Gene Patenting

In September 2014, a full bench of the Federal Court of Australia unanimously upheld the decision that isolated BRCA gene... More

NBCF & Bisley Workwear
challenge “Real men”

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) and Bisley Workwear are challenging Aussie men to ditch their traditional... More

New fertility hope for
young women with breast cancer

NBCF Practitioner Fellow, Professor Kelly-Anne Phillips has played a lead role in a global clinical trial offering new... More

American Association for Cancer
Research Annual Meeting Report

Report from Dr Alison Butt on the recent American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting she attended in the US... More

NBCF opens the doors for all
cancer researchers

On the eve of World Cancer Day, Sarah Murdoch calls on Aussie men and those with cancer to sign up to sign up to... More

NBCF Accelerates Cancer Pain
Management into Practice

Sydney researcher Dr Melanie Lovell, from Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney, and HammondCare has been... More

Breakthrough in understanding
breast cancer development

NBCF-funded researchers from Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) have discovered that breast stem cells... More


Bisley and Real Men Wear Pink

Bisley Workwear has seen an opportunity for the Workwear community to give back by sponsoring and supporting the National... More

ghd V Pink Diamond Set

The ghd V pink diamond set is part of the beautiful jewel collection and features a ghd V professional styler in a rich... More

Tas Plates

Consumers in Tasmania can support NBCF by purchasing a set of official pink ribbon TasPlates and choosing one of three... More

Pandora Jewellery

PANDORA’s Pink Ribbon charms are simple yet feminine, recognisable by the Pink Ribbon symbol that is incorporated into... More
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own fundraising event
fundraising event
Fundraising for NBCF can be fun and extremely rewarding. Find out how you can host your own successful fundraising event

Pink can have many shades - some lighter, some darker, but all the same colour. And they all deserve to be told. Share your ‘shade of pink’ below.

Mireille, Switzerland - You don't have
to do what the first doctor tells you

It was weird that I got breast cancer. I was healthy (I thought) and I didn't have a relevant family history.... More

Adel, NSW - I just took it like
it was the flu and went on with life

I remember the night I was talking to a girlfriend and I felt itchy on my left breast. I went to scratch and felt a lump... More

Professor Matt Trau discusses his research into personalised nano-technological treatment.