The decision by the federal government to add two breast cancer drugs to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme is good news for Kristina Gorscak.
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons and James Massola
From phase 1b of the vaccine rollout, set to begin in late March, people with health conditions like Peta Murphy will be able to start receiving immunisations.
- by Rachel Clun
The McGrath Foundation had decided to raise money by selling virtual pink seats at a cost of $20 each in case COVID-19 spoiled the Sydney Test.
- by Tom Decent
McGrath Foundation chief executive Holly Masters said the past 12 months of the pandemic had damaged fundraising events.
- by Tim Barlass
Taking inspiration from the nearby coast, the Royal Hospital for Women breast cancer diagnostic room now includes a striking, wall-sized image of one of Sydney’s favourite swim spots by former Sydney Morning Herald photographer Dallas Kilponen.
- by Helen Pitt
Cancer was not among Rhianne Miller's birthday wishes, but barely a week after turning 32 the sales rep's life was flipped upside down by a small lump on the side of her breast.
- by Marta Pascual Juanola
He is the life that began here, amid all that chaos and pain and confusion. He waited – silently, faithfully, giving us hope as we struggled, endured and emerged.
- by Bron Willis
Genetic testing for all women over 30 would prevent millions of deaths from breast and ovarian cancer globally and be cost effective in medium and higher income countries.
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
What few people know is that in 1977, 23-year-old Travolta lost his first love to the same disease that would later claim his wife, Kelly Preston.
- by Peter Stanford