Cancer is tough, but we're tougher
In May 2020, I’m challenging myself to walk 35km in one day as part of the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer. I’m doing it to raise much needed funds for women’s cancer research right here in WA at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
There is so much more to be done to ensure that the women of WA – our mothers, sisters, daughters, friends and loved ones – living with cancer stay with us for as long as possible. I am training and fundraising in the lead up to the event. I'd be so grateful for your support. If you can't join me (I'd love the company), please give generously to my donation page.
Please help me, help the Perkins.
Let’s walk towards a cancer-free future – together.
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Make a self
As most of you will know I have survived Breast cancer - but more importantly I have survived the treatment! This April will mark 3 years since finishing treatment. Although I am thankful that the treatment exisits to enable me to have a successful outcome, make no mistake - it's not a pleasant experience!
I am fundraising and walking for two reasons - one to conquer a challenge - the other to help research into finding a cure, but more importantly in the shorter term, finding a way to treat cancer without sacrificing so much quality of life whilst undergoing that treatment. I'm doing it for our daughters - and sons, as they are not immune from breast cancer - to enable future generations a better chance at this thing.
Please help me!
Thank you to my Sponsors
Kylie & Steve Everett